November 16, 2012

Secretary Donovan Tapped By President Obama to Lead Hurricane Sandy Redevelopment Efforts

Editors Note: Excerpts cross-posted from Whitehouse.gov and DHS.gov. The Obama Administration has continued to bring all available resources to bear to support our state and local partners as they continue to respond and recover from the storm. On Thursday, November 15th, the President traveled to New York, where he announced that HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan […]

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November 12, 2012

HUD Honors Veteran’s Service by Serving Them

On this day — Veteran’s Day — let us raise our flags, not only because we love the United States of America, but to honor those who have risked their lives, lost their lives, to provide us access to the liberties we enjoy everyday. This country was built upon the shoulders of men and women […]

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October 1, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Today, the Charlotte Observer posts, “HUD chief, in Charlotte, says housing market recovering.” The Hill writes, “Donovan talks housing recovery.” Secretary Donovan appears on C-SPAN’s Newsmakers, talks housing market stimulation. The Washington Post runs, “Hands off Homeowners’ Tax Break, HUD chief says.” The Wall Street Journal ran “HUD’s Donovan: ‘Not The Time’ for Big Changes […]

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September 18, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Bloomberg reports, “confidence among U.S. home builders this month jumped to the highest level in more than six years.” Also, “Housing’s Wealth Effect to Start Nudging U.S. Spending: Economy.” The Scranton Times Tribune runs, “federal grant to aid families struggling with homelessness.” The Gainesville Sun spotlights federal grant money used to renovate rural county homes through […]

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September 17, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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New York Arts Magazine runs “The Future of Housing.” KREX-TV writes, “more veterans off the streets and into homes.” The Atlantic chronicles, “A Housing Project Upgrade Done Right.” The Commercial Appeal prints, “Feds give initial nod to company’s plans to bring wind power to Mid-South.” And, “Louisville housing prices fare better than most since recession” […]

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