December 4, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

“HUD Secretary visits renovated affordable housing apartments,” reports Cincinnati.com, FOX-19 and WKRC-12. “HUD Cuts Red Tape to Assist Displaced Storm Victims,” says National Mortgage Professional Magazine. The Dayton Business Journal publishes, $1M HUD loan earned by Middletown, Ohio for downtown improvements. A twin cities housing initiative aims to save homes, writes the Pioneer Press. And, […]

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November 29, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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  “Home Refinancing Program Use Up 75 Percent, DeMarco Says,” writes Bloomberg News. Forbes says, “Housing Market Recovery Accelerating, Now 47% Back to Normal.” “$621M mortgage will keep Co-op City affordable,” runs Real Estate Weekly. The Philadelphia Enquirer runs, “Senate gives green light to Pentagon green energy.” The Chicago Tribune reports, “New York lobbies for […]

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November 20, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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The Hill posts, “Report: Homeowners see $26.1 billion in mortgage relief.” “Banks say they have given $26 billion homeowner relief so far,” writes The Washington Post. Forbes says “Housing No Longer A Drag On GDP As Recovery Solidifies, Goldman Says.” “Homebuilder sentiment, home sales, prices jumping,” reports USA Today.

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