Shaun Donovan

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Obama Nominates Castro to Lead HUD

San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro is nominated to be HUD secretary. Shaun Donovan is tapped to take over OMB. More

Change in HUD Leadership?
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Change in HUD Leadership?

What it would mean if Shaun Donovan moves to OMB and San Antonio Mayor Julián... More

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HUD Releases 2015 Budget Request

Funding cuts to HOME and CDBG are proposed while increases are sought for Choice Neighborhoods and homeless assistance grants. More

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Harvard Report Warns of Growing Affordability Problems Harvard Report Warns of Growing Affordability Problems

Affordability problems for American renters are skyrocketing, says a report from the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University. More

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Video: Interview with HUD Sec. Shaun Donovan

HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan answers questions from the multifamily group's editors at AHF Live in Chicago, Nov. 20, 2013, sharing his thoughts on housing finance reform and tax reform. More

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Federal Agencies Push for Healthier Homes

Millions of U.S. homes have moderate to severe physical housing problems, which can cause a wide range of health issues. More

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Donovan to Lead Sandy Recovery Efforts

As HUD secretary for the past four years and, now, overseer of the post-Sandy recovery effort in New York, Shaun Donovan is focused on making revitalization last. More

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Feds Seek Investors Willing to Convert Foreclosures to Rental Properties

The Obama Administration wants to remove $30 billion in distressed assets from government-sponsored entities’ books. More

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HUD Secretary Addresses Green Homes & Sustainable Communities Conference

The 5th Annual Green Homes & Sustainable Communities Conference focuses on issues and innovations in affordable, green housing. More

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Shaun Donovan: FHA D4 Changes are Necessary

The proposed underwriting changes to the FHA's Sec. 221(d)(4) program are necessary to ensure the long-term viability of the program, says U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan. More

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