May 24, 2011

The Daily Housing News Round-Up

Los Angeles’ long underrated public transit may soon get their due as they accelerate investment in sustainability. Duncan Black takes the first commenter to task for confusing the problem: it’s not too many people, its too many cars. Crime is on the wane in America’s cities. Cities today are safer than they have been in […]

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April 27, 2011

Building a Greener Future with PowerSaver

Last week, I traveled with Secretary Donovan to Long Island to announce PowerSaver, a pilot program offering low-cost loans for families looking to make energy-saving improvements to their homes. Backed by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), PowerSaver loans will offer homeowners up to $25,000 to make energy-efficient improvements of their choice, including the installation of […]

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January 19, 2011

A Commitment to Responsibility – HUD’s Work to Build a Clean Energy Economy and a Stronger Environment

Crossed posted from WhiteHouse.gov Two years ago, newly inaugurated President Barack Obama stood before the nation and promised a “new era of responsibility.”  Part of that responsibility requires a commitment to the health of our families and children by protecting the environment in which they live, laying a new foundation for growth by building the […]

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