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Are First-time Homebuyers Back?

First-time homebuyers have been touch-and-go in the housing market since the crisis, but that here today, gone tomorrow trend could be changing for the better.

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Deputy Treasury Secretary: Student Debt Not ‘Inherently Bad’ for Housing

Speaking at the 56th annual meeting of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) on Monday, Treasury Deputy Secretary Sarah Bloom Raskin said she does not see the nation's growing problem of student loan debt leading to an economic meltdown—and student loan debt may not be affecting a borrower's ability to buy a home, depending on that borrower's financial situation.

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HUD Awards $40M in Grants for Housing Counseling

As part of its efforts to improve consumer housing education, HUD announced it was given out an additional $40 million in grants to national, regional, and local organizations nationwide to aid housing counseling programs. HUD projects the housing grants will help assist more than 1.5 million households find housing, keep their current homes, and make more informed housing choices.

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