January 11, 2016

Measuring Progress in the Housing Market

Our latest housing scorecard examines housing recovery data, our programs’ performance, and areas for improvement. As 2015 came to a close, we saw our housing market reach key milestones on the path to recovery – homeowners’ equity rose again, the number of homeowners in negative equity continues to decline, and purchases of new homes increased. […]

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November 10, 2015

Measuring Progress in the Housing Market

Our latest housing scorecard gives us a closer look at our nation’s housing market recovery, the performance of the Administration’s foreclosure mitigation programs, and areas for improvement. As we look back on October, we saw continued progress in our nation’s housing recovery.  The latest data show progress among key indicators, including growing strength in existing […]

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October 13, 2015

Measuring Progress in the Housing Market

HUD’s September housing scorecard provides a closer look at the recovery of our nation’s housing market. Although this scorecard notes that the housing market is on a healthy trajectory, it’s clear we must stay committed to helping American families and homeowners who continue to recover from the Great Recession. The latest data shows progress among […]

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September 30, 2015

Beyond the Model Minority Myth: Investing in the Well-Being of the Asian American and Pacific Islander Community

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) are now the fastest growing racial group in the country, expected to more than double from 20 million to 47 million by 2060. With this tremendous growth comes the need to better understand and address issues of social equity and overall community well-being within this diverse community. As you […]

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