- 01 FHA Report Says Health of Mortgage Fund Improving
- 02 The 2014 Factbook Is Here: Order Your Copy Today!
- 03 HUD Issues Proposed State Fair Housing Assessment Tool; Announces Fair Housing Pilot Program in Collaboration with NCSHA
- 04 Senators Cantwell and Hatch Introduce Comprehensive Housing Credit Legislation
- 05 Senators Introduce Bill to Classify Municipal Bonds as High-Quality Liquid Assets
- 06 NCSHA Announces Recipients of the 2016 Annual Awards for Program Excellence
- HFA NewsDecember 2, 2016
Thanks to $1.8 million in loans from the Washington State Housing Finance Commission’s Sustainable Energy Trust (SET), a historic theater in Tacoma and four new townhomes in Seattle will save their owners thousands in energy costs.
- HFA NewsDecember 1, 2016Residents Will See Extension of Affordability, Significant Property Improvements With $1.4 Million In MassHousing Financing
Residents living at the 38-unit Berkeley Place in the Gateway City of Lawrence will see affordability extended for at least 20 years and significant property improvements as a result of $1.4 million in MassHousing financing.
- HFA NewsDecember 1, 2016
Today, the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development announced the fiscal year 2017 statewide awardees of two of its neighborhood revitalization grant programs, the Strategic Demolition Fund and Community Legacy.
- Blog PostDecember 2, 2016
The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) announced yesterday the county loan limits for its single-family mortgage programs for 2017 and issued a Mortgagee Letter that increases the minimum loan limit for low-price areas and the maximum loan limit for high-cost areas.
- Blog PostDecember 1, 2016
The authors analyzed the locations of over 3,000 properties located in the 20 least affordable metro areas and found that there was no significant effect on nearby home values resulting from Housing Credit development.
- Blog PostNovember 30, 2016
On November 16, HUD published in the Federal Register a final rule regarding the use of small area fair market rents (SAFMR) in certain metropolitan areas, and replacing HUD’s existing 50th percentile fair market rent (FMR) policy for the Housing Choice Voucher (voucher) program.