Department of Housing and Urban Development

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HUD Modifies Reorganization Plan

HUD announces that asset management employees will continue to operate in existing offices. More

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Seniors Tower Undergoes Renovation

An 11-story affordable housing development for seniors in Norwalk, Calif., has undergone a $12 million renovation. More

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At Your Service

Lenders fought hard against stiff competition to make loans to affordable housing properties in 2013. Among those competitors, commercial banks once again crowd the top of affordable housing ­finance’s annual list of the biggest lenders. 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

Moderate Congressmen Take a Stab at Housing Finance Reform
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Do Seniors Care if Their Building Is Green?

Many market-rate communities try to use green certifications to appeal to young professionals or Gen-Y renters who want to lead a very eco-friendly lifestyle. But seniors don’t seem to have that same level of interest. More

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Moderate Congressmen Take a Stab at Housing Finance Reform
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Federal Budget: It Could've Been Worse for Housing

What's in the omnibus bill for housing? A mix of good and bad, according to housing leaders. More

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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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Hope for Housing in Budget Deal

Budget compromise in Congress may finally provide some relief for federal housing programs. More

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