June 23, 2016

Fulfilling HUD’s Commitment to Creating Economic Opportunities

A few years ago in New Orleans, Dwayne Shelley, a former resident of the Housing Authority of New Orleans (HANO), recalled how he systemically watched as HUD rehabilitated and rebuilt homes in his development after Hurricane Katrina. He complained that he and his neighbors were relegated to watching the progress while others came in and […]

April 14, 2016

Race Should Never Defer the Dream of Homeownership

When a person or family decides to buy a home, they will likely consider a long list of factors: their budget, location of the property, credit scores, how much they have to put down, and others.  But one thing no person should ever have to worry about when weighing their financing options is that their […]