October 22, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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Politico publishes, “Obama talks up housing recovery.” “Is the Housing Market Finally Rebounding?” writes U.S. News & World Report. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports, “U.S.-backed loans help homeowners with renovations.” “School systems restore order for homeless students,” prints the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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Get the most out of POST

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Where can you find in one place a wealth of HUD-related information from the guidebook for HUD’s Housing Choice Voucher Program to directories for the 3,200 public housing authorities (PHA) and HUD’s 9,000 employees across the U.S. to a glossary of HUD acronyms that will help you understand “HUDspeak”? All of this information and much […]

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October 19, 2012

HUD Celebrates Children’s Health Month

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October is a time for fallen leaves, cool weather, apple cider, and trick or treating, but did you know that October is also Children’s Health Month?  It all started in 1928 when the President of the United States proclaimed the first Monday in October as National Child Health Day.  In 1992, the American Academy of […]

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October 18, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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The News Tribune writes, “Nation’s top housing official praises advocates at Tacoma conference.” “Housing starts hit 4-year high in September,” prints USA Today. The Los Angeles Times reports, “Housing industry recovering faster than many economists expected.” “Dozens march Through Old City Philadelphia Against Homelessness,” broadcasts CBS Philly. And, The Berkshire Eagle writes, “Deval Patrick visits […]

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October 17, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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 “US homebuilder confidence improving; builders seeing pickup in prospective buyers,” reports The Washington Post. Housingwire writes, “RE/MAX: Housing recovery is the real deal.” Housing Finance says, “HUD Awards Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grants.” “New affordable housing in Joplin,” broadcasts KOAM Channel 7 News.  

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