October 24, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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    The News Press prints, “Bondi: Mortgage fraud settlement not for raises.”     Forbes reports, “Housing Market Recovery Hits New High in September.”    Bloomberg runs, “U.S. Home Prices Rose 0.7% in August from July, FHFA Says.”   “Michigan considers locking clean energy mandate in constitution,” writes the Chicago Tribune.   And, the Portland Daily Sun […]

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Community Development from the Ground Up

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Community development is a key component in meeting HUD’s goal of improving quality of life for all Americans. In Denver, there has been a concerted effort to become more deliberate in meeting the housing needs of the community. Whether it’s for ending homelessness, supporting veterans, or boosting the local economy, HUD’s Community Planning and Development […]

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October 23, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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The Center for American Progress writes, “The Housing Market Is on the Mend, and the Government Deserves Some Credit.” “How to Cement a Real Housing Market Recovery,” prints U.S. News & World Report. Housingwire reports, “KBW: Mortgage refis to remain high into 2013.” National Mortgage Professional Magazine runs, “Study Concludes Homeownership Tied to Positive Outcomes […]

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