April 12, 2012

In-Vet-Ments

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HUD Region 10 Public Affairs Soldiers in combat don’t have much time to worry about having a roof over their heads.  But it’s back on the agenda once they return home. Turns out, though, that a lot of veterans have a hard time finding one.  Every two years in the dead of winter thousands of […]

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January 31, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-up

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            Home of the day: Nance Place, the first multi-family development project in Tennessee to achieve platinum LEED designation. Volunteers in New York City, Anchorage and San Diego take part in this year’s homelessness point-in-time count. Affordable housing rehabilitation underway for residents in Sussex and Kent Counties in Delaware. Which […]

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January 30, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-up

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                    Secretary Donovan on Ending Housing Discrimination Against LGBT Americans. HAMP extended for another year. Affordable housing project in the works for residents in Fort Collins, Colorado. Volunteers in Houston, Texas; Bell County, Texas; Hudson County, NJ; Jacksonville and Cumberland County, NC hit the streets for […]

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