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  • HUD Releases Income Limits for Fiscal Year 2014

    December 19, 2013 On December 18, 2013, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) released fiscal year (FY) 2014 income limits. These income limits go into effect immediately. Click here for links to median family income, income limits and accompanying information and tables from HUD. Income limits are set by HUD to determine the […]

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  • USDA Rural Development News

    December 18, 2013 In an announcement made yesterday by Doug O’Brien, Deputy Undersecretary for Rural Development, Tony Hernandez has been named as the new Rural Housing Service Administrator. Please click here for a copy of the announcement, which includes Mr. Hernandez’s biography. Kevin Flynn, CARH’s President; Katie Alitz, CARH’s Past-President; Tanya Eastwood, CARH’s Board of […]

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  • GA CRHD Accepting Applications For New Board Members

    The GA CRHD Board of Directors has announced it is seeking interested affordable housing professionals to serve on the board beginning in Jan. 2016. For more information about joining GA CRHD, please send us a message using the Contact Us form at the bottom of the page.

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  • Congress Breaks Ground on Housing Reform

    By Peter Schroeder and Vicki Needham Housing reform will take a big step forward this week as committees in both the House and Senate begin their makeovers of the mortgage market. The House Financial Services Committee on Tuesday will tackle a GOP proposal for overhauling the housing finance system that includes winding down the mortgage […]

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  • Justice Department Reaches $865,000 Fair Housing Settlement

    Justice Department Reaches Fair Housing Settlement with Design Professionals in Disability Lawsuit The Justice Department today announced a settlement with the architects and civil engineers involved in the design and construction of multifamily housing complexes located in Mississippi, Louisiana and Tennessee.  The department’s lawsuit alleges that nine multifamily housing complexes with more than 800 units […]

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