February 14, 2013

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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  Photo courtesy of the Los Angeles Times “HUD and HHS Announce nearly $98 million in Section 811 Project Rental Assistance to 13 States, including Massachusetts,” reports Real Estate Rama. Bloomberg Businessweek prints, “Housing as an Investment? Yes, That Idea Is Back.” “California housing recovery may gain momentum, experts say,”  writes the Los Angeles Times. […]

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February 13, 2013

It Took a Long, Long Road to Get Here

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For the 35 new residents of the recently restored Rosedale Community in Birmingham who gathered on a recent winter morning, there was a feeling a little like that expressed by Alicia Keys in her latest hit, “A Brand New Kind of Me,” which includes the lines, “It took a long, long road to get here.  […]

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February 12, 2013

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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“Home prices increase in 88 percent of U.S. Cities as recovery broadens,” reports the Courier-Journal. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution writes, “Foreclosure notices at lowest level in years.” “Disparate Impact and Fair Housing: Seven Cases You Should Know,” says ProPublica via OPB. The Washington Post prints, “Washington D.C. region is a seller’s market.”

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