WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development today announced $5 million is being made available in Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grantsto help communities begin the comprehensive neighborhood planning process to transform, rehabilitate and preserve public housing and privately-owned HUD-assisted housing. Read HUD’s FY 2011 Choice Neighborhoods Notice of Funding Availability.
HUD MAKES $5 MILLION AVAILABLE TO HELP COMMUNITIES BEGIN ‘GRASSROOTS’ PLAN FOR HOUSING, COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION
White House and HUD Highlight Denver Residents as "Champions of Change" and Leaders in Housing Counseling
WASHINGTON – On Thursday, March 1st in Los Angeles, California, the White House and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban development will honor Charlotte O’Donnell and Helen Taylor of Denver, as two of eleven housing counselors and HUD-approved organizations being recognized as Champions of Change for their hard work, perseverance and dedication to their communities. O’Donnell and Taylor and have been selected for outstanding commitment and achievement representative of their collective work of thousands of housing counselors across the United States.
WASHINGTON – In another effort to advance the Obama Administration’s Open Government Initiative, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development today launched a public database to help the research community better understand the characteristics of households receiving assistance under the Department’s main rental programs. Read more about HUD’s new public data sample.
WASHINGTON–The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today announced that it is charging Bank of America with discriminating against homebuyers with disabilities. HUD alleges that Bank of America imposed unnecessary and burdensome requirements on borrowers who relied on disability income to qualify for their home loans and required some disabled borrowers to provide physician statements to qualify for home mortgage loans.