October 27, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

What’s the next best thing to Friday? The end of a Thursday of course! Enjoy our milieu of today’s housing news: Secretary Donovan visits Lancaster, PA, praises Obama. The LA Times likes the refinancing plan. A  new commission focused on housing reform is created. Hawaii’s new GreenSun program promotes use of solar energy. And why […]

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October 26, 2011

Well-Thy

HUD Region 10 Public Affairs Drive by a hospital and you may not think much about it.  In between now and then, there may not seem much reason to give the hospital a second thought. Until, of course, you need one.  Even in the 21st century, lots of people live in towns that don’t have […]

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Daily Housing News Round-up

Housing has been in the forefront of the national conversation for the past couple days…just the way we like it! Enjoy today’s round-up: The New York Times makes a forceful case for housing aid. Secretary Donovan address CEOs for cities. His Atlanta trip garners more praise. As we’ve documented, green homes are on the rise. […]

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October 25, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-up

Happy almost Hump Day!  We know you’ve been waiting for the round-up all day so without further ado, we present today’s housing news. More coverage from yesterday’s new mortgage program announcement  USAToday reports on how these new rules would help underwater homeowners  New York Times tells us what they think about the mortgage plan Wall […]

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Project Rebuild Travels down South

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Today, Secretary Donovan traveled south to Atlanta to highlight the continued success of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP).  Along with Mayor Kasim Reed, Secretary Donovan visited, The Retreat at Edgewood – a 100 unit townhouse and stacked flats multifamily project.  Nestled within the Edgewood Community of Atlanta, the project is set to create 40 NSP […]

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