The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans honors President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama for their leadership to end veteran homelessness. The Associated Press reports that the number of Americans who signed contracts to buy U.S. homes rose in March. American Indian communities look to tap renewable energy potential with federal seed money. Craigslist changes [...]
Secretary Donovan and other Obama cabinet members addressed youth violence at a forum in D.C. Two housing non-profits in Hawaii received HUD grants to address HIV/AIDS. More vouchers for veteran’s homelessness in Oklahoma. “It’s simple: You can’t be healthy if your home is sick,” And John Trasvina talks fair housing in Westhaven.
Home of the day: CityMarket development in Washington, D.C. A planned mixed-use housing and retail development and one of the projects that the Obama administration identified for streamlined approval to spur economic activity and job growth. Illinois receives funding for housing homeless veterans. US housing market looks to [...]
As the war in Iraq draws to a close, Secretary Donovan and Department of Veterans’ Affairs Secretary, Eric Shinseki joined together to announce some real progress in veterans’ homelessness. Every year, we measure the progress made toward ending homelessness through the annual “Point-in-Time” (PIT) count. And this year, we are happy to report that veterans’ [...]
Welcome back HUDlers!! Let’s celebrate Monday with the day’s top housing stories… Charlotte, NC amongst many cities to be awarded HUD sustainable communities grants. Pismo Beach, CA celebrates first low-income housing project. Habitat for Humanity helping to lower utility costs. Speaking of utilities, here are some tips to help reduce those monthly bills. Supporting our [...]