February 23, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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American Banker ran ‘taxpayers won’t subsidize mortgage settlement’ highlighting clarifications made by HUD in a February 22 blog post.

CNNMoney reported, ‘home prices at lowest point in more than 10 years.’

Bloomberg’s take, sales of previously owned U.S. homes rose in January to the highest level since May 2010.

Replacement-window firms agree to settlement with Federal Trade Commission, Washington Post.

Homeowners’ emphasis on energy efficiency grows.

Los Angeles Times touted plans that have exceeded goals in getting long-term homeless and vets into housing.

And, HUD’s Public Housing Management (PIM) e-newsletter, February 2012 | Volume 3, Issue 2, is up, hud.gov.

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