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Public-Private Partnership Creates Housing in New Orleans
The renovations are the first underwritten by an $18 million fund that provides construction loans for new and renovated homes for low- and moderate-income families in New Orleans.
posted 5/17/13 10:10 AM read complete story
VA Makes Available $28 Million For Homeless Veterans
Among the 38 projects are 31 that will provide temporary housing to homeless veterans with a goal to keep the unit as their own.
posted 9/24/12 03:14 AM read complete story
Tax Credits Available for NY Low-Incoming Housing Rehab
New York State Homes & Community Renewal makes available $4 million under the state low-income housing tax credit program.
posted 9/17/12 05:02 AM read complete story
BoA to Donate Properties to Nonprofits Serving Veterans, First Responders
Bank of America plans to donate up to 1,000 properties to nonprofits organizations and local governments seeking to house injured military veterans and first responders, according to a release.
posted 9/11/12 5:35 PM read complete story
Episcopal Church Loans Aid Housing, Small Businesses
Community development groups in California and Michigan receive loans totaling $625,000 to help build affordable housing and generate small business growth in areas that lack lending access. The Episcopal Church Economic Justice Loan Committee made two awards -- a $300,000 loan to the Rural Communi...
posted 7/25/12 7:05 PM read complete story
States Now Eligible for Section 811 Funds
Reforms in the Section 811 grant process allow states to compete for program funds for the first time, as HUD moves to integrate disabled persons into independent living. HUD is accepting applications for $85 million in FY 2012 Section 811 funding through July 31. Rule changes expand eligibility t...
posted 5/22/12 10:23 AM read complete story
NJ Bill Would Extend Affordable Housing Deadline
New Jersey lawmakers are considering legislation that would provide a four-year extension to commit affordable housing trust fund dollars, in the hope of preventing a return of as much as $200 million to the state this summer. A 2008 state law set a July 17 deadline for the return to the state of a...
posted 5/2/12 4:19 PM read complete story
Report: MA Assistance Subsidies Should Extend Past 1 Year
Massachusetts policymakers should increase voucher availability in the state's Emergency Assistance (EA) program and allow subsidies for families transitioning out of homelessness to run longer than a year, according to a new study. The study, Rapid Re-Housing of Families Experiencing Homelessness ...
posted 4/30/12 10:27 AM read complete story
Rental Assistance Demo Will Fail, MA City Says
The Cambridge (MA) Housing Authority voices concern about HUD's planned Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program, saying it has flaws that will result in failure in many cities. Cambridge officials are responding to the March 8 Federal Register request for comments on the RAD program, which al...
posted 4/24/12 4:07 PM read complete story
Chicago, Atlanta Absorbing Relocated Voucher Holders
Most Chicago and Atlanta neighborhoods have been able to absorb voucher holders relocated from public housing sites without any negative impact on neighborhoodconditions, according to a new report from The Urban Institute. The report, Public Housing Transformation and Crime: Making the Case for R...
posted 4/24/12 09:30 AM read complete story
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