Who Are You Going To Believe On Fair Housing, The WSJ Or Congress And The

Who Are You Going To Believe On Fair Housing, The WSJ Or Congress And The
Even though the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and other fair-housing advocates have successfully relied on disparate-impact litigation for almost 40 years, Texas is arguing that lawsuits under the FHA should newly be required to …
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Urban Institute: Stop charging borrowers for yesterday's mistakes, FHA
Our analysis indicates that that Federal Housing Administration (FHA) can significantly lower its premiums—charging current borrowers more appropriately for their risks—while continuing to build the necessary reserves against future losses. Today's …
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Opinion: Does Jersey's lagging economy doom Christie's bid?
The problem didn't begin with Christie's policies — New Jersey has had the wrong mix of industries and a slow-to-recover housing market, economists at IHS Global Insight and Moody's Analytics say. But neither … But traditional pharma is losing …
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Obama's State of Union speech plans would affect Florida
Under the plan unveiled last week, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) will reduce annual mortgage insurance premiums by half a percentage point. That's expected to save a typical first-time homebuyer about $ 900 a year in mortgage payments, …
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