January 13, 2012

A Final Farewell

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Today is my last day interning for the Department of Housing and Urban Development. It has been an awesome and rewarding 10 weeks! I have come to gain a greater appreciation of our federal servants and all of the hard work they do in order to sustain and improve our country. I grew up in […]

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Daily Housing News Round-Up

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Home of the day: Bride Homeless Shelter in Dallas, TX.   Newly appointed CFPB Director Cordray rolls out plans to help homeowners. Affordable housing project commences in Santa Barbara, CA. Martinsville, VA begins revitalization efforts. Idaho unveils first ever Passive Energy home. And HUD launches its new Rental Assistance Demonstration website.

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January 12, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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Home of the Day: 2009 Solar decathlon entry from Virginia Tech University.   How going green can create thousands of jobs. Mortgage applications are on the rise. Burlington County, NJ launches new plan to deal with homelessness. Columbia, MO continues efforts to revitalize local communities. And the Wampanoag Indian tribe set to develop affordable housing […]

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January 11, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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Home of the day: Energy efficient home in Lenado, CO.   Florida receives HUD grant to help tackle homelessness. New Jersey homelessness numbers are steadily decreasing. Affordable housing complexes to be built in Raleigh, NC. HUD commits to providing more housing counseling services. And Habitat for Humanity plans to build first ever solar home in […]

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January 10, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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Home of the day: Affordable senior housing complex nearing completion in Vernon Hills, IL. HUD announces 13 communities to receive Choice Neighborhood grants. Optimism on the housing market continues to rise. HUD awards grants to Union County, NJ to help aid the homeless. FHA’s new program will expedite affordable housing application process. And homeowners in […]

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