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HUD Awards $160M to Non-Profits

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has announced a new slew of grants totaling $160.1 million to non-profit organizations across the country, supporting the development of new or the redevelopment of affordable multifamily rental housing. The grants can also be used to fund ongoing project-based rental assistance for low-income senior citizens.

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HUD Invests More Than $900M to Fund Rental Home Updates

The Investment, funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Multifamily Housing, is a $930 million Rental Assistance Demonstration offering major home improvements and updates to 2,035 rental homes under the umbrella of the New York City Housing Authority.

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Single-Family Permits Up Over 7% From January

“Single-family housing permits, a leading indicator of future starts, also increased 7.6% compared with the previous month. The uptick in single-family housing permits and starts aligns with the recent increase in homebuilder sentiment,” said First American Deputy Chief Economist Odeta Kushi.

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HUD Looks to Improve on Fair Housing Act

“This proposed rule is a major step towards fulfilling the law's full promise and advancing our legal, ethical, and moral charge to provide equitable access to opportunity for all,” said Marcia L. Fudge, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.

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HUD Announces New Steps to Combat Racial Bias in Appraisals

“HUD is committed to making the appraisal process fair nationwide. We must eliminate bias in home valuations so that everyone can equally reap the benefit of wealth—and intergenerational wealth—that come along with homeownership,” said HUD Secretary Marcia L. Fudge.

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