September 26, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

We hope everyone enjoyed the weekend, here’s the first housing round-up of the week: Our housing policy must adjust to the growing rental market. New Jersey is studying the best way to encourage energy-efficiency. Mortgage bankers know how critical HUD’s housing counseling funding is to families. And Tornado rebuilding gets a boost in Massachusetts.

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Sustainability: As HUD Takes a Closer Look, Evidence Matters

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 A close friend of mine lives in an apartment building that’s practically a case study in why multifamily rental complexes make such promising targets for sustainability improvements. It’s a raggedy old building. The pipes leak, the toilet runs, and the constant whir of the window A/C units in the summer makes it hard to ignore […]

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September 23, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Have a good weekend, here’s our daily housing round-up to enjoy before you hit the road: $100 Million for independent living for elderly. Our critically acclaimed quarterly publication, Evidence Matters, is out today. Interesting homelessness-fighting program in Tennessee. Rahm has a new housing chief. An old high school in Louisville is being transformed into energy-efficiency […]

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