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Carson Pushes for Public-Private Partnerships
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Carson Pushes for Public-Private Partnerships

The nominee to lead HUD makes his most extensive housing statements to date. More

Donald Trump to Nominate Carson as Housing Secretary
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Donald Trump to Nominate Carson as Housing Secretary

The retired neurosurgeon is the president-elect's choice to run HUD. More

ABODO: The Nation’s Top 19 Cost-Burdened Metros
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ABODO: The Nation’s Top 19 Cost-Burdened Metros

Nearly half of all U.S. renters spend more than 30% of their income on rent. More

Better Buildings Challenge Helps Owners Improve Their Buildings' Energy Efficiency
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Better Buildings Challenge Helps Owners Improve Their Buildings' Energy Efficiency

New tools and resources for benchmarking your properties’ energy usage yield... More

2 Multifamily Projects Win 2016 AIA/HUD Secretary Award
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2 Multifamily Projects Win 2016 AIA/HUD Secretary Award

The two projects from Oakland, Calif., and Chicago were recognized for excellence... More

David Reznick, Longtime Affordable Housing Leader, Dies
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David Reznick, Longtime Affordable Housing Leader, Dies

David Reznick, one of the longtime leaders of the affordable housing industry,... More

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Julian Castro's Priorities for 2015 Julian Castro's Priorities for 2015

The new HUD secretary talks about his policy priorities and speculation that he'll be considered for higher office. More

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Senior Housing, Merit: John C. Anderson Apartments Senior Housing, Merit: John C. Anderson Apartments

A public–private partnership between Pennrose and The Dr. Magnus Hirschfeld Fund established the John C. Anderson Apartments, the first LGBT-friendly senior housing community built in Philadelphia and only the third of its kind in the nation. More

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HUD Secretary Castro Calls for Change

HUD secretary Julian Castro addressed key housing industry stakeholders at the Bipartisan Policy Center’s 2014 Housing Summit on Tuesday, calling on advocates to keep pushing until housing finance reform is taken “over the finish line." More

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No Hope for Housing Finance Reform Anytime Soon

In the seventh year of conservatorship, the fate of the government -sponsored enterprises remains unclear, said panelists Monday at the Bipartisan Policy Center’s 2014 Housing Summit in Washington, D.C. More

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