January 11, 2017

Measuring Progress in the Housing Market

Since January 2011, HUD has published a monthly Housing Scorecard that provides a snapshot of the latest developments in the American housing market, and tracks how the initiatives of the Obama Administration have helped improve the lives of American homeowners. This month’s Scorecard is the last edition we will publish before we transition to a […]

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November 9, 2016

Measuring Progress in the Housing Market

Our latest housing scorecard provides a detailed look at the recovery of our nation’s housing market and the success of the Obama Administration’s programs. In October, we witnessed progress among key indicators including a rebound in both new and existing home sales and the lowest level of foreclosure starts since May 2005. While the housing […]

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October 28, 2016

Tomica’s story: Putting a human face to homeless data

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Recently, I attended a panel discussion about the value of data in the effort to end homelessness.  While all the policy wonks gathered to digest the data, one young lady brought the data to life, and reminded me that all the numbers represent real people. Homeless since she was 11, the now 23-year old woman […]

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