September 4, 2012

HUD’s Innovation of the Day

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What new trends are emerging from cities to increase their competitiveness? How are municipalities reorienting to serve the public in an era of technology? What new citizen-based initiatives will increase sustainability in a community? How does a local non-profit creatively partner with a HUD field office to decrease homelessness? HUD’s new portal, Innovation of the […]

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February 16, 2012

HUD’s Proposed Budget: Doing More with Less

Have you had a chance to check out HUD’s fiscal year 2013 budget proposal? If so, you will find a plan that seeks to strengthen, yet streamline, HUD programs so that they help the economy. Titled Housing and Communities Built to Last, the budget reflects the vision of an America that can draw strength from […]

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January 23, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-up

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                Home of the Day:  Broadway Apartments – Sustainable low-income housing in Ft. Myers, FL. The Annual Homelessness Point-in-Time Count wraps up in Austin while officials in New Jersey and other locations across the country prepare for their count this week. Sustainable plans in the future for Erie, […]

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