August 9, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Before we begin, we want to keep you all updated with the latest on Loopey the potbellied pig. OK, now that the big stuff’s out of the way here’s today’s housing news: Secretary Donovan was in Cleveland yesterday, where he spoke at a town hall meeting on jobs with the Congressional Black Caucus. AAA is […]

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August 8, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

We hope you had a good, relaxing weekend. Now it’s back to the grind, but maybe the day’s best housing links can help make Monday a little brighter: National Public Radio goes in depth on the causes of homelessness among female veterans. HUD is helping Detroit put Mayor Dave Bing’s plan to revitalize the Motor […]

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August 3, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

After the hottest month in DC history, a day below 90 degrees like this one is cause for celebration here in Washington. Mark the occasion with the cold beverage of your choice and some refreshing housing news: When you factor in transportation, what’s the real price of a home in the suburbs? But what if […]

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August 1, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

What’s the best cure for a case of the Mondays? Housing news, of course: HUD announced new investments in sustainable communities last week. MomsRising says John Trasvina, HUD’s assistant secretary for fair housing, is a superhero. New York is helping spur redevelopment by giving banks the power to take care of vacant and blighted houses. […]

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June 24, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

As communities across the country celebrate LGBT pride this weekend, check out Assistant Secretary John Transvina’s column on housing discrimination affecting the LGBT community. And before you take off for the weekend, give these housing stories a read: A HUD study shows we need to invest in improving America’s public housing. Bank of America is […]

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