August 11, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

We promised we would stay on the Loopey the Pig story, and we keep promises. Enjoy the rest of today’s housing news: New studies show solar power is the nation’s fastest-growing industry. How does a city become carbon neutral? Seattle is going to find out. Recovery Act support is letting a California county offer even […]

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August 10, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

The newest member of the HUD twitter family, @SullyAtHUD  made a splash today with some “cross-agency collaboration” at the HHS Farmers Market. Secretary Sebelius wants to remind HUDdle readers to seek out their local farmers markets and support healthy, local food sources whenever possible. On to today’s housing news: Fueled by peaches and barbeque, here […]

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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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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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June 21, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Want more housing news? Follow HUD’s Twitter list and subscribe to receive News Alerts so you can stay informed on the latest news from HUD. Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick unveiled a new strategy to fight homelessness in his state. States are taking the lead when it comes to improving energy efficiency. We all know efficient […]

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