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Harvey Survivors: HUD’s Top Priority

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) released short, intermediate, and long-term efforts that are currently underway for Hurricane Harvey survivors. As HUD continues to keep the lives and safety of all those affected by the devastation as ...

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Key Posts Collecting Dust

The Trump administration has yet to fill many gaps in the Department of Housing and Urban Development and other positions that affect the mortgage industry. See which positions are vacant and who is planned to fulfill the roles.

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Native to America

HUD Secretary Ben Carson attended a conference recently to discuss the responsibilities HUD and its Office of Native American Programs have to create equality for America’s indigenous people. Take a look at what Carson had to say here.

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HUD to the Rescue

The Department of Housing and Urban Development is taking further steps to fulfill its mission in creating strong, sustainable, and affordable communities throughout the country, this time through foreclosure protection in response to the flash flooding that recently occurred in West Virginia.

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Filling More Vacancies

The Department of Housing and Urban Development recently beefed up its roster. See who the new addition is, along with her past credentials here.

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HUD: Enough is Enough

The poorest Americans have been paying more to live in substandard conditions. Trump administration says it may be time to take a more businesslike approach to the problem.

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A Helping Hand from HUD

The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced on Wednesday that its continuing its commitment to fighting discrimination in housing by making available grants for qualified organizations. See how much money will be available this year.

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Money to Recovering Cities

When disaster strikes, many individuals first reaction is to make sure everyone is safe, but once the dust settles, it’s time for the city itself to recover. That’s when the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2017 and the Disaster Recovery Program comes in.

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More Rules for HUD

The Office of the Inspector General has recently audited a HUD single-family note sales program. Read on to see where the program was lacking and the office’s recommendation.

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