August 25, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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Sorry we missed you yesterday, the housing stories we are following this week are below:

For all those of you in the potential path of Irene, here are some tips from our friends at ready.gov for prepping your home.

Five reasons HUD loans are popular.

The Albuquerque Journal reports on the more than $2.7 million HUD just granted to help housing and economic development among pueblos in New Mexico.

As KOB-TV mentions, that $2.7 million is part of $28 million HUD just announced it will be granting rural and tribal communities nationwide.

Former HUD intern Nico Savidge will be happy to hear two Wisconsin tribes received grants.

A sad story from NPR points out that the racial gap in housing has widened during the slump.

Brad Plumer takes to Ezra Klein’s blog at the Washington Post to ask whether housing policy can make for an effective economic stimulus.

Bloomberg assesses whether homeowner’s insurance will cover damage from yesterday’s earthquake.

And the WSJ’s readers respond to a vicious and unfair attack.

One Response to Daily Housing News Round-Up

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