July 24, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

USA Today writes Home Values Have Turned the Corner, Zillow Says. “Positive Housing News Keeps Rolling In,” headlines The Wall Street Journal. “Temporary Homeless Shelter Approved for Barrio Logan,” NBC 7 San Diego. Columbia Daily Tribune prints Public Housing Plans Set for Discussion. Knoxville News Sentinel publishes “Grant to Help ET Vets at Risk of […]

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July 17, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

“HARP 2.0 Used By More Homeowners in First Five Months of 2012 than in All of 2011,” The Huffington Post. The Hill writes Homebuilder Confidence is on the Rise. 3 Mich. Organizations Get $2.2M to Help Veterans headlines Detroit Free Press. And, Boston Herald publishes MassHousing Finances $168M Affordable Housing Deal.

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June 27, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

 The Washington Post runs, “Americans are finally gaining confidence in the housing market.” “U.S. stocks move ahead on favorable housing reports,” The Wall Street Journal. Also in WSJ, “more homeowners get mortgage reduced,”  Bloomberg prints, “home prices are beginning to rise after a six-year slump in cities from San Francisco and Seattle to Miami.”  Reuters […]

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June 22, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Mortgage Bankers Association reports government refinance applications in U.S. doubled in latest survey. CNN Money prints, “mortgage-debt repentance preventing foreclosures.” Chicago Tribune publishes that “home prices are stabilizing in about half the nation’s metro areas.” HUD continues to support the LGBT community by enforcing regulations on housing discrimination. C-SPAN covers conference that examines veterans’ housing […]

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C-SPAN: National Housing Conference Policy Symposium Examines Veterans’ Housing Issues

Ed note:  This posting originally appeared on C-SPAN.org. Today, the National Housing Conference held its annual policy symposium to discuss veterans’ housing issues as well as foreclosure prevention, access to mortgage credit and homelessness in Washington, D.C. Speakers from Congress and the Administration included:  Deputy Veterans Affairs Secretary Scott Gould, Sen. Johnny Isakson (R- GA), […]

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