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New Residential Construction Activity in January
The Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Census Bureau this week announce the following new residential construction statistics for January 2014: BUILDING PERMITS Privately owned housing units authorized by building permits in January were at a seasonally adjusted annua...
posted 2/27/14 05:48 AM read complete story
$1 Million Award to Advance Work of National Housing Trust
The National Housing Trust is among seven recipients of the MacArthur Foundation's Award for Creative & Effective Institutions. The Trust plans to use the $1 million grant that accompanies the award to create an innovation fund, allowing it to invest in new business ventures and energy efficiency while generating additional revenue to support its policy work.
posted 2/20/14 4:10 PM read complete story
Obama's SOTU Speech Gives Housing Small Nod
Itís amazing how only a few months can dim an important political spotlight these days. Last year, housing, as well as reform of the financial issues surrounding its recovery from a five-year crisis, commanded the political attention inside the Beltway. But to listen to President Barack Obama check off his priorities in his State of the Union address, one could come away with the impression that all is now well in housing.
posted 1/29/14 6:29 PM read complete story
Mass. Housing Law Takes Effect
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick (D) signs H 3492, a law providing money for the production and preservation of housing for low- and moderate-income residents.
posted 1/9/14 10:28 PM read complete story
Housing Develoment Planned for Hell's Kitchen
A series of developments for a one block area of New York Cityís northern Hellís Kitchen section of Manhattan will provide 210 affordable housing units.
posted 1/9/14 10:07 PM read complete story
Obama Calls for $15 Billion Housing Stimulus
Congress should authorize a $15 billion economic stimulus to rehab and demolish vacant lots in areas where the housing market collapse left thousands of empty and unfinished homes, President Barack Obama says in a speech devoted to housing delivered in Phoenix, an area particularly devastated by the collapse.
posted 8/7/13 4:38 PM read complete story
Tax Credits For Public Housing Enhancements
Low-income housing tax credits are awarded to three Pennsylvania communities to enhance their public housing stock.
posted 7/20/13 12:42 PM read complete story
Public Transportation Key To Housing Location
An analysis of thousands of mortgages for multi-family rental properties finds that the closer a property is to public transportation, the less likely property owners are to default.
posted 7/20/13 12:33 PM read complete story
NYC Begins Push to Double Supportive Housing Inventory
The city is trying to encourage development of "innovative, affordable housing coupled with on-site services."
posted 7/11/13 3:25 PM read complete story
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