July 11, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Tomorrow, Secretary Donovan to participate in Google + Hangout with American homeowners and Zillow, Inc. CEO. to discuss mortgage refinancing. “The U.S. housing bust is over,” headlines The Wall Street Journal. Los Angeles Times reports, “California foreclosure overhaul signed into law.” “The District Office of Human Rights launches fair housing campaign,” prints The Washington Post. […]

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July 10, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

“Secretary Donovan discusses various plans to open up refinancing opportunities in Reno.” The Las Vegas Sun writes At La Raza Conference, Looking for Way Forward from Housing Crisis . The Wall Street Journal publishes Zillow: U.S. 30-Year Mortgage Rate Drops To All-Time Low. “Nonprofits merger means for services for homeless,” San Francisco Chronicle. Bloomberg reports New York […]

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July 5, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

The Wall Street Journal reports Mortgage Rates at Record Lows. There are new reverse mortgage guides available, according to The New York Times. Real Estate Weekly publishes, “Developers bring affordable housing to Long Island.” Mayor Gray Names Commission on Homelessness headlines the Lexington Herald. And, The Daily Iowan prints $105K Shelter House Grant to Help […]

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July 3, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

San Francisco Chronicle prints President Obama’s Mortgage Refinance Proposal for HARP 3.0 #MyRefi Goes Viral. MSN writes about several cities that reflect a housing recovery. The Gazette reports about $100,000 grant to help homeless veterans in Iowa. “Lawmakers approve bill meant to protect home owners,” The Press-Enterprise. Press Democrat publishes Affordable Housing Gets Boost in […]

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June 29, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

DS News reports, Study Finds Refinancing Bill Would Save Homeowners $35B. New York City affordable housing developments are on track, according to Crain’s Business. Chicago Tribune publishes, Confidence Rebuilding in Chicago’s Housing Market. And, Think Progress runs, Advocate For LGBT Homeless Youth Named White House ‘Champion of Change’.

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