Department of Housing and Urban Development
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In one state, homelessness climbed 200 percent over the course of one year.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has proposed a rule to desegregate U.S. neighborhoods.
A new national study found that many rental housing providers discriminate against same-sex couples.
Contradictory loan regulations set up the next housing crisis.
HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan urges Congress to make a move on refi proposals this year.
The $26 billion settlement with banks to modify mortgages promises more than it can deliver.
An agreement struck Thursday could help 1 million homeowners get on steadier financial ground.
Weak home prices and foreclosure completions continue to hang over housing.
Tea Party would kill HUD, EPA, Commerce, Energy, Education.
The Home Affordable Modification Program helped 40,141 homeowners in September.