August 22, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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Another week, another Monday, another Daily Housing News Round-Up to carry you through until Tuesday. Enjoy! The New York Times interviews Terri Ludwig – president and CEO of the non-profit housing finance organization Enterprise Community Partners – about leadership. Any employee, low- or high-level, can influence a company’s direction, she says. As the inaugural project […]

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Housing Choice Vouchers: Empowering Families to Prosper

HUD’s Housing Choice Voucher program – also known as the Section 8 program – is a critical part of the nation’s safety net for some of our most vulnerable Americans. This program provides over 2 million very low-income households, often including an elderly or disabled family member, with subsidies to find safe, decent, affordable housing […]

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August 19, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

It’s Friday! Now, we know you’ll miss your daily dose of housing news this weekend, but hopefully today’s round-up will tide you through until Monday. Enjoy these stories – and, of course, your weekend. California’s attorney general is cracking down on lawyers who, the state says, defrauded vulnerable homeowners in 17 states by offering bogus […]

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WAVY-TV: Warner tours new Seaboard Square

On Thursday, Secretary Donovan joined Senator Mark Warner and Congressman Bobby Scott to tour Portsmouth, Virginia’s new Seaboard Square development. $20 million in HUD funding made possible this major project — which replaces a dilapidated public housing complex with hundreds of fresh, townhome-style units. Read more at WAVY.com.

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August 18, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

What do we want? Housing news! When do we want it? Now! (And by now, we mean at the end of the day, in a nice, neat package brought to you by your friends at the HUDdle.) Housing Wire has more coverage on HUD’s plan to sell real estate-owned properties to public housing authorities in […]

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