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Affordable Housing, Announcements, Community Development, Federal News, Reports and Publications
July 02, 2014
U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development
HUD has released its latest CHAS data.
Affordable Housing, Community Development, Reports and Publications
July 02, 2014
Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University
More than a third of U.S. households live in housing they can’t comfortably afford, according to the State of the Nation’s Housing 2014.
Affordable Housing, Announcements, Community Development, State News
July 02, 2014
Connecticut Department of Housing
The Connecticut Department of Housing is seeking public comment for the Rating and Ranking criteria for housing development proposals.
Affordable Housing, Announcements, Community Development, State News
July 02, 2014
DOH and CHFA have released the FY15 funding schedule.
Affordable Housing, Community Development
July 01, 2014
Greg Secord, of the Mutual Housing Association of Greater Hartford blogs about the importance of schools in shaping a neighborhood and creating desirable communities.
Affordable Housing, Community Development
June 30, 2014
One year after breaking ground, the Sharon Housing Authority celebrated the ribbon cutting of 12 newly constructed affordable rental units on its existing Sharon Ridge complex.
Announcements, Community Development
June 30, 2014
LDR is accepting applications for its Waterbury cohort.
Federal News, Homelessness
June 25, 2014
U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA)
The VA’s annual report on the Supportive Services for Veteran Families program provides insight into the nearly 40,000 households were served through the program.
Homelessness, Supportive Housing
June 24, 2014
100,000 Homes Campaign
100,000 Homes Campaign announced that it had surpassed its goal to house 100,000 homeless Americans, including over 30,000 Veterans, one month ahead of its four-year deadline this July.
Affordable Housing, Community Development, Homelessness, Reports and Publications, Supportive Housing
June 24, 2014
John Hopkins University
New data reveals that spending too much and too little on housing can negatively impact children’s cognitive ability.
 

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