U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

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HUD Issues Fair Housing Act Guidance on AI Use

The department has recommended best practices to prevent discriminatory uses of... More

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Housing Starts Fall Sharply in January on Soft Multifamily Activity

Starts fell nearly 15% on a month-over-month basis in January, while permit... More

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Federal Trade Commission Proposes Rule to Ban Junk Fees for Consumers

Multifamily industry organizations express support for transparency, but share... More

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Housing Starts Hit Lowest Level Since June 2020

Multifamily starts declined dramatically in August as the sector was impacted by... More

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New Residential Construction Continues Its Steady Climb

September starts are roughly 11% higher than last year, and completions are up 26%. More

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For HUD, Tough Choices in 2012

The housing agency devotes 80 percent of its proposed budget to public housing and homeless assistance, cutting funding for block grants. More

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Second Round of Neighborhood Stabilization Program Now Underway

Grant agreements from the first round of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program have all been allocated, and the funding process for the highly anticipated second round of the program is now underway. Applicants have until July 17 to compete for a portion of the nearly $2 billion allocated by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to help stabilize neighborhoods across the country hard-hit by foreclosures. More

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