June 3, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

The Secretary wound up his trip through the Western U.S. today after four days of tours and events in and around San Francisco, Salt Lake City and Los Angeles. Secretary Donovan was in Santa Monica, Calif., Thursday, where he visited the future site of a transit village that will efficiently (and inexpensively) connect residents to […]

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May 26, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

The Director of the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund’s Community Housing Program wants you to know that the HOME program is working in New Hampshire. Amid the tornado tragedy, Springfield’s News-Leader brings some great news. The first unaccounted for person was found – ALIVE! Rhode Island is thinking hard about affordable housing, and they have […]

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Regulatory Relief for Americans

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Earlier this year, President Obama made clear that to out-innovate our global competitors and win the future requires us to transform government itself.  That’s why the President directed all federal agencies to begin an unprecedented government-wide review of rules and regulations in order to remove those that are out-of-date, unnecessary, excessively burdensome, or in conflict […]

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May 25, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Here’s today’s helping of housing news, enjoy! HUD’s Mercedes Marquez takes to the pages of the Boston Globe to correct the record on HOME. The National Housing Council has even more pushback. Home sales up, but the recovery is still fragile. Yglesias examines the prospect of radical exurbanism. And disappointment turns to joy in Louisville.

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May 23, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

The Obama administration responds to yet another devastating tornado, this one in Missouri and the midwest. Our condolences to all those who lost loved ones. If you can, please help out here. Communities across the country are learning about how HUD will help revitalize their neighborhoods thanks to funding from the department’s HOPE VI Revitalization […]

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