June 9, 2016

Measuring Progress in the Housing Market

HUD’s housing scorecard provides a monthly snapshot of our nation’s housing market and measures how the Administration’s initiatives are serving Americans. Looking back on May, we witnessed notable progress among key indicators: sales of new and existing homes hit high levels and newly initiated foreclosures have remained below the pre-crisis monthly average for more than […]

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May 9, 2016

Measuring Progress in the Housing Market

Our April housing scorecard provides a closer look at the recovery of our nation’s housing market and the success of the Administration’s programs. The latest data show progress among key indicators: a rebound in existing home sales, continued growth in home values, and very low mortgage rates.  Last month, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) […]

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May 6, 2016

Expanding the Blueprint for Prosperity

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As recent research has made evident, there are still many communities in all regions of the country where upward mobility is thwarted — where a child’s future earnings and adult outcomes are significantly impeded by the neighborhoods in which they live. Findings from that research support a balanced approach of empowering economic mobility while also […]

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March 7, 2016

Measuring Progress in the Housing Market

Our most recent housing scorecard provides a closer look at the recovery of our nation’s housing market and the success of the Administration’s programs. While important progress is being made, American families and homeowners continue to recover from the Great Recession. The latest data show progress among key indicators including a strong momentum in existing […]

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February 8, 2016

Measuring Progress in the Housing Market

HUD’s January Housing Scorecard takes a deeper look at the recovery of our nation’s housing market at the end of 2015. As we look back, we witnessed notable progress among key indicators: a surge in new home sales, a revival in existing home sales, and a drop in mortgage delinquencies. While our housing market is […]

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