April 18, 2013

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Written by:

  Courtesy of the Philadelphia Inquirer CBS Money Watch reports, “Housing industry boosts employment.” “Housing and Auto Sales Lifted Economy, Fed Says,” writes The New York Times. The Cranston Herald prints, “Doors open on new home for veterans.” “Efficiency most important for homebuyers, survey finds,” says the Philadelphia Inquirer.

cont
April 17, 2013

Using your Phone to Help those Living on our Streets

Written by:

They’ve become so ubiquitous in our daily lives that some might wonder, “how did we ever make dinner reservations or buy movie tickets BEFORE smart phones and tablets?”  It’s precisely because this technology is becoming ingrained in our daily lives that HUD, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the Department of Health and Human Services […]

cont

Keeping Children and Families Living Free from Lead Contamination

Written by:

Parents and grandparents worry about their children.  It’s inevitable: they wonder if they’re safe on their way to work and school, and ensure they have nourishing food and shelter. But we don’t often think about the dangers lurking on the walls, windows and floors of our homes.   Contamination from lead based paint, and particularly lead […]

cont