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Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have unveiled their proposed Underserved Markets Plans as mandated by the Duty to Serve program, an administration initiative requiring the government-sponsored enterprises to accelerate a secondary market for mortgages on housing for very low-, low-, and moderate-income f...
The proposed study would provide an opportunity to: (1) synthesize existing research on RRH programs; (2) extend the analysis of data from the Family Options Study; (3) provide a detailed examination of all rapid re-housing programs nationwide; and (4) conduct qualitative research with a small sample of families and individuals who receive RRH.
Through this final rule, HUD ensures equal access to individuals in accordance with their gender identity in programs and shelter ...
The Department of Housing and Urban Development will soon issue rules designed to encourage the availability of broadband access to communities in need of such access.
The guidance explains how the ADA integration mandate and the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Olmstead v. L.C. apply to public employment service systems for individuals with disabilities.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has proposed new rules for properties seeking HUD assistance or Federal Housing Administration mortgage insurance. Newly built homes and businesses, and those undergoing significant remodels, will be subject to increased elevation requirements to be eligible for HUD financing.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development announces it will collect fees from borrowers of loans guaranteed under HUD’s Section 108 Loan Guarantee Program to offset the program costs. Rules implement legislation requiring HUD to take action to make the program more revenue neutral.
EDA is proposing important changes to the regulations governing the Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) program that are intended to reflect current best practices and strengthen EDA’s efforts to evaluate, monitor, and improve RLF performance by establishing the Risk Analysis System, a risk-based management framework, to evaluate and manage the RLF program.
The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) is proposing new rules governing the approval process for condominium developments. FHA proposes to reinstate spot approvals in unapproved condominium developments and to require condo projects to recertify their approval status every three years rather than the current two-year requirement.
The Federal Reserve System releases an overview of the community development goals and opportunities available under the Community Reinvestment Act, including how various CRA regulations should be interpreted.
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