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HUD: Housing Outlook Good, More to be Done

HUD: Housing Outlook Good, More to be Done

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Department of the Treasury released the June edition of the Obama Administration's Housing Scorecard Thursday. It paints a picture of a housing market that is improving but still subject to ebbs and flows of the broader economy.

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Castro Confirmed as HUD Secretary

Castro Confirmed as HUD Secretary

The United States Senate voted 71-26 Wednesday to confirm former San Antonio, Texas Mayor Julian Castro as the next Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Castro replaces outgoing Secretary Shaun Donovan who is leaving to serve as the Director of the White House Office of Management and Budget.

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HUD Settles Discrimination Claim

HUD Settles Discrimination Claim

GFS Capital Holdings, formerly Greenlight Financial Services, settled a claim with HUD regarding discrimination of women on maternity leave. The company agreed to pay a total of $48,000 to individuals against which it allegedly discriminated. HUD investigated Greenlight after a family complained the company denied their refinance loan application because the wife was on maternity leave at the time.

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HUD Awards Nearly $120 Million to Four Communities

HUD Awards Nearly $120 Million to Four Communities

Four American communities are getting a facelift. HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan announced Monday that the department was awarding four cities a combined $119.7 million to redevelop and bring revitalization to blighted areas. The award is the latest extension of the department’s "Choice Neighborhoods Initiative," which attempts to take a comprehensive approach to struggling neighborhood revitalization.

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HUD Settles Discrimination Complaint

HUD Settles Discrimination Complaint

HUD announced the latest development in its effort to crack down on discriminatory housing practices Thursday. The department reached a settlement agreement in cooperation with the Connecticut Fair Housing Center (CFHC) with respondents Lil-1 Associates, AllPoints Realty and realtor Lillian Polak stemming from allegations that they published discriminatory listings and advertisements for condominiums stating that children were not permitted in the units, in violation of federal law.

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HUD: Allegations Settled over Maternity Leave Discrimination

HUD: Allegations Settled over Maternity Leave Discrimination

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced that it has settled with Utah-based Mountain America Credit Union allegations of discrimination against prospective borrowers on maternity leave. Mountain American Credit Union is the second largest credit union in Utah and the 35th largest credit union in the United States.

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Castro Begins HUD Confirmation Hearings

Castro Begins HUD Confirmation Hearings

Appearing before the Senate Banking Committee for his nomination hearing, Julian Castro, whose work in San Antonio includes an initiative to spark private investment for the production of thousands of additional housing units in the city in 2014 alone, opened his testimony with reassurances that his leadership would have HUD focusing on "outcomes, not only inputs."

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