January 24, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-up

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                Home of the day: Sunrise Metro Apartments in Salt Lake City.  Continuing evidence from Utah that Housing First is the solution to ending chronic homelessness. Volunteers in Miami-Dade prepare for their annual homeless point-in-time count tonight. Rehabbed homes in Dayton will soon see some eco-friendly features. And […]

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January 23, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-up

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                Home of the Day:  Broadway Apartments – Sustainable low-income housing in Ft. Myers, FL. The Annual Homelessness Point-in-Time Count wraps up in Austin while officials in New Jersey and other locations across the country prepare for their count this week. Sustainable plans in the future for Erie, […]

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Affordable Housing for Seniors in Atlantic City

Seniors in Atlantic City will soon have more affordable housing options available to them.  Funded largely by HUD grants, the complex will give seniors easy access to transportation, shopping, and places to work. Workers are completing an affordable-housing complex on the Black Horse Pike that the Diocese of Camden hopes will provide dozens of senior […]

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January 20, 2012

A new platform for jobs and housing in Washington, DC

Last year HUD invested more than $434 million into the Washington, DC metropolitan area to improve housing and community development, and about 15% of this money was awarded to local businesses that hire low-income residents. That’s good because local and state agencies receiving HUD funds are required to ensure that jobs and contracts reach public […]

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Resources for Business in America

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If you’re a business owner looking for federal resources that may help you grow your business, then look no further. The White House website has a list of resources for you to find the information you need to grow, succeed and create jobs. To make it easier for you to access the information you need, […]

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