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While Trump’s budget cut funding for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) by 18.3 percent and eliminated popular community development block grant programs in their entirety, the Congressional deal gives HUD $4.6 billion in additional funding compared to fiscal year 2017 levels.
Foreclosures Drop 3% in May as Lenders Tackle Backlog: RealtyTrac According to a recent report by Corelogic “House prices are up 6.3% year-over. news is that overall foreclosure activity continues to fall and a decline in new foreclosures are leading the drop..
The figure represents the first of several anticipated funding cuts. by HUD since Trump’s election. Meanwhile, NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer is having none of it. In a statement issued by the.
According the FY 2019 budget, the administration is proposing $41.2 billion in gross appropriations, an $11.5 billion (21.8 percent) cut from the FY 2018 omnibus spending level for HUD, and only $14 million for the CDFI Fund, a $236 million (94.4 percent) cut from the FY 2018 omnibus bill.
House bill would give hud .4 billion more funding than Trump plan. In contrast to the severe cuts proposed by the Trump administration, affordable housing programs would get a tremendous boost of funding in Fiscal Year 2020 under the spending bill just released by the House Appropriations Committee.
. that seeks a $500 billion reduction in budget cuts, including a 100 percent decrease in funding to the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD). The verbiage of the bill calls for all.
· HUD funding highlights of the bill include: $1.75 billion for HOME, $500 million or 40 percent more than FY 2019 enacted. If enacted, this would be the highest HOME appropriation in.
House bill guts National Housing Trust Fund, threatens fair housing. On June 9, the House approved, by a 216 to 210 vote, its thud fy16 funding bill (H.R. 2577). The bill provides $42 billion for HUD, which is $1 billion above the FY15 enacted level but $3 billion less than the President requested in his budget.
· The bill would fund HUD Housing Counseling at $47 million, $2 million less than the Senate bill, and cut funding for the National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling (NFMC) program to $50 million, equal to the Senate bill level.
Fed: Conforming loan limit drop effect to be minimal Carter Hill suggests that "for every $1 in Baumol cost effects, there are over $2 in Bowen cost effects." The thesis advanced in some conservative and libertarian circles that federal aid. should.FHLB Des Moines, FHLB Seattle finalize merger "The paperwork has been formally approved and signed and the merger of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle is now official," said Melvin L. Watt.
Graves also threatened to push an amendment to the federal appropriations bill that would withhold funding. so HUD would be able to provide assistance in the event of another disaster, but the “top.
Not all of the details of the bill have been released, but here are some of the bill’s specifics for next year’s U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) budget. The bill would: Cut HOME funding from FY15’s level of $900 million to an FY16 level of $66 million-essentially eliminating the program.