August 8, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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We hope you had a good, relaxing weekend. Now it’s back to the grind, but maybe the day’s best housing links can help make Monday a little brighter:

National Public Radio goes in depth on the causes of homelessness among female veterans.

HUD is helping Detroit put Mayor Dave Bing’s plan to revitalize the Motor City into action.

Homes in Massachusetts are saving money thanks to a program to boost efficiency.

For a more literary (and philosophical) view of what it means to own a home, check out this short story.

And finally, the fair housing saga of Loopey the pig.

One Response to Daily Housing News Round-Up

  1. Massachusetts’ energy efficiency initiative is one of many great programs throughout the country that are helping to make our existing building stock more sustainable. While many new construction projects are incorporating green features, it’s ever more important to upgrade our existing buildings. And the MA program has been quite popular. While some upgrades may have longer payback/payoff, the end result is reduced energy use that will benefit everyone in the long run.

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