October 20, 2011

HUD Study: Better Neighborhoods Linked to Better Health

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A new HUD study published in today’s New England Journal of Medicine is garnering major press attention for offering some of the strongest evidence ever to support what many have long suspected: Moving to a better neighborhood improves your health. In the 1990s, as part of HUD’s Moving to Opportunity program, the Department offered poor […]

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October 19, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Happy Hump Day housing fans, remember you can follow us live at @HUDnews for housing stories as they happen! Here’s today’s roundup: DC’s department of energy is soliciting ideas to make the city more sustainable. A victory for homeless activists in Seattle. Housing starts in September beat expectations. “Activist Investor” Bill Ackman is betting that […]

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October 18, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Happy No Beard Day, HUDdle readers. To celebrate, we’re declaring it No Housing News Day.       Just kidding! Here’s the round-up. Got a fraud scheme cooked up? Better not count on doing business with HUD. Trying to get sustainable and save power? There’s an app for that. Homelessness is down 80 percent in […]

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INCREDI-BALE

HUD Region 10 Public Affairs It almost certainly was one of the very first bedtime stories you ever heard.  These three little pigs build a house of straw.  A big, bad and, frankly, pretty bent-out-of-shape wolf shows up, hungry and wanting inside.  “No, no, no!” squeal the three little piggies.  So, the big, bad wolf […]

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October 17, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Welcome back, housing fans, hope you all had a refreshing weekend. Dig in to the latest housing news below: Secretary Donovan takes to the pages of the Tampa Tribune to make the case for the American Jobs Act. HUD supports community development in Illinois. Landmark energy efficiency initiative in New York is renewed. And California […]

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