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Preventing Homelessness Among the Young

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has announced that it will give $43 million towards youth projects to 11 communities around the country. The grants come through HUD's Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program and are earmarked for “a ...

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Montgomery on the Road Ahead for FHA

During a press event Tuesday, Brian Montgomery, FHA Commissioner and Assistant Secretary for Housing, spoke about his near-term priorities for FHA, including updating the organization’s technological infrastructure, filling staff vacancies, and exploring why minority homeownership rates have fallen.

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PACE Financing Risks—A Fresh Look

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Property Assessed Clean Energy financing has so far allowed more than 220,000 homeowners to make “green” improvements to their properties. A new report takes a closer look at whether PACE could impact increased chances of tax foreclosures.

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The Resurgence of Urban Housing

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With over 29 million Americans calling urban neighborhoods home and central cities seizing a sizeable chunk of new job growth, these core locales are metamorphosing into communities that are “more diverse and more interesting than ever,” new study says. But what about the ’burbs?

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