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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December 16, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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Home of the day: the nation’s first energy-efficient log cabin in Penwater, MI.   The Washington Posts’ Mark Zandi argues that aggressive intervention by the FHA saved the housing market and the economy from a much darker fate. Los Angeles County is one of five places across the country selected for HUD’s “Section 3 Business Registry” […]

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December 2, 2011

Connecting Housing to Jobs for Hispanic Community

We often refer to decent, affordable housing as a platform for a better quality of life. One way that HUD is making the connection is by making smart housing investments and choices that lead to employment. If you are not familiar with Section 3, it is one of the key connecting points between jobs and […]

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