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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February 11, 2013

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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CNN Money reports, “A sign the housing recovery just might stick.” “The Path To Home Ownership Is Getting Smoother,” says Vatalyst. The Street prints, “Obama Makes Renewed Push for Lower Rates on Refinancing.” “Americans Are Tapping Into Home Equity Again,” reports CNBC.   “Mold? Leaky Roof? Obama Administration Says All Americans Must Have ‘Healthy Housing,’” […]

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February 7, 2013

Daily Housing News Round-Up

  The Associated Press prints, “HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan says the federal government plans to track how ‘every dollar’ of Superstorm Sandy aid money is spent.” CBS New York runs, “HUD Secretary discusses ways to cut Sandy red tape, meets with Gov. Christie.” “Housing and Urban Development Secretary visits Sandy-impacted Staten Island area,” reports NY1. […]

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