July 20, 2012

AIDS 2012 – A Housing Response

On Monday, July 23rd at 11 am, join us for a 30 minute Twitter chat on the connection of stable housing and HIV care.  Mr. David Vos, Director of HUD’s Office of HIV/AIDS Housing, will be discussing the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program and HUD partnerships with communities in using housing resources […]

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July 19, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Reuters runs, “U.S. housing poised to boost economy.” “Housing is suddenly a bright spot for economy,” Christian Science Monitor. Hispanic Business reports Bill in Congress aims to improve Federal Home Refinance Plan. “FHA opens sale of troubled loans,” Apartment Finance Today. “Mortgage rates drop again, Freddie Mac says; 30-year at 3.53 percent,” headlines Los Angeles […]

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July 18, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

The Wall Street Journal prints FHA Expands Bulk Home Loan Sale Program. “Housing starts in June highest in four years,” USA Today. CNN Money reports More Signs of a Housing Rebound. Reuters gives advice on “designing your own mortgage.” The Sacramento Bee publishes VA Expands Grants to Tackle Veteran Homelessness. And, Honolulu Civil Beat writes […]

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July 17, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

“HARP 2.0 Used By More Homeowners in First Five Months of 2012 than in All of 2011,” The Huffington Post. The Hill writes Homebuilder Confidence is on the Rise. 3 Mich. Organizations Get $2.2M to Help Veterans headlines Detroit Free Press. And, Boston Herald publishes MassHousing Finances $168M Affordable Housing Deal.

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A decade of producing affordable housing for Native Hawaiians

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With Hawaii trailing only Manhattan and Brooklyn as the most expensive housing market in the country, we know that living in this most beautiful of states can often be a financial challenge for many families. For Native Hawaiian families, part of the solution is an opportunity to live on Hawaiian home lands where homes often […]

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