May 21, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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Holly Petraeus, newly appointed director of the Office of Servicemembers Affairs joins U.S. HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan in Centennial to raise awareness among military members of new consumer protection measures for veterans and servicemembers on active duty. Photo Courtesy of Deborah Grigsby, Centennial Citizen

Last week, Secretary Donovan joined Holly Petraeus in Centennial at the Colorado National Guard HQ to announce the Office of Servicemember Affairs.

HUD awarded nearly $760,000 in grants to combat housing discrimination in Wisconsin, The Milwaukee Courier.

The Associated Press reported, “economists more upbeat about job growth, housing.”

Indianapolis metro area ranked No. 1 in housing affordability.

The New Haven Register (Conn.) detailed, the Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority’s ‘Race to the Rooftop’ program is providing $10 million in subsidies or incentives to add 5.6 megawatts of new solar systems around the state.

Also, Conn. lenders allocate $155M to keep borrowers under roof, Hartford Business Journal.


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