March 21, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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HUD Assistant Secretary John Trasvina discusses new LGBT Housing Rule in Denver, Colo.

Joanna Stern, technology editor at ABC News noted, “fighting homelessness with technology seems to be a trend this month” referencing Project REACH, an effort sponsored by the VA, HUD and and Jon Bon Jovi’s Soul Foundation to create an app to fight the national issue of homeless veterans.

HUD Assistant Secretary John Trasviña traveled to Denver, Colo. to discuss the new LGBT housing anti-discrimination rule and a grant to help fight housing discrimination, NBC’s 9 News captured footage.

Derek Kravitz of the Associated Press writes, “a mild winter and a stronger job market have helped boost sales ahead of the crucial spring buying season.”

Chicago Tribune offers editorial advice to first time home buyers, “do homework, then shop.”

And, the President takes his alternative energy strategy on the road, first stop Nevada then to New Mexico, USA Today.

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