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  • Donovan: HUD’s 2011 Budget ReassertsCommitment to Rental Housing

    The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) proposed 2011 budget delivers a message, said Secretary Shaun Donovan.

  • HANO’s Troubles Continue

    It will likely be three to four years before the troubled Housing Authority of New Orleans (HANO) is returned to local control, according to federal housing officials, who report ongoing problems at the local agency.

  • HUD Proposes Important Changes in Sec. 8 RenewalProcess

    On Feb. 22, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced that while it is considering changes to the Sec.

  • Housing Groups Resist Proposed Rental AssistancePlan

    A proposal to streamline federal rental assistance programs is well intentioned but ill conceived, according to several national housing organizations.

  • Massive NYC Public Housing Deal ReceivesFinancing

    NEW YORK CITY—A major deal has been struck to bring much needed capital to rehab 20,139 units in 21 public housing developments in New York City.

  • HUD Releases Findings on Cost of Homelessness

    The cost of providing housing and services to first-time homeless individuals and families varies widely from $581 a month for an individual’s stay in an emergency shelter in Des Moines, Iowa, to about $3,530 a month for a family to stay in a shelter in W

  • Transit Costs Undermine Housing Affordability

    To make good decisions, individuals must accurately assess costs and benefits.

  • Raymond James Invests in HOPE VI Project

    Raymond James Tax Credit Funds announced that it is providing nearly $12 million in low-income housing tax credit equity for the construction of McKenzie Court Phase II in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

  • HUD Official Discusses TRA

    SACRAMENTO, CALIF.—There’s a rare opportunity to reform the nation’s rental assistance programs, according to leading housing experts.

  • HUD Announces Disaster Help for StormVictims

    U.S. Housing Secretary Shaun Donovan has announced disaster assistance to help recent storm victims in Tennessee and Alabama.