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Housing Summit Series: Dowell Myers

Housing / Blog June 26, 2014

Dowell MyersWe are pleased to introduce our first Summit speaker, Professor Dowell Myers, Ph.D. a demographer and urban planner from the University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy. Don’t miss his luncheon keynote presentation on Monday, September 15.

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Illegal immigration: Is Obama ‘deporter in chief’? A rundown of the numbers.

Immigration / News April 5, 2014

Not one more deportation. That’s the rallying cry of pro-immigrant groups across the United States on Saturday. From Los Angeles to Washington, D.C., these groups are protesting the 2 millionth deportation under President Obama, expected to take place this month….

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Enhancing Energy Efficiency in Housing

Henry Cisneros / Blog January 10, 2014

It may be hard to believe, but the greenhouse gas emissions of a typical home are double that of the average vehicle. In fact, the energy use associated with our homes accounts for some 21 percent of our nation’s overall…

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Dialogue on GSE Reform Heats Up Outside the Beltway

Housing / Blog November 14, 2013

Anticipated legislation from Rep. Waters will elaborate upon Democratic principles articulated earlier this year

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Middle-class affordability shrinks in key housing markets

Housing / News October 10, 2013

For the typical middle-class household, owning a home is highly achievable, just as long as they choose to live in the Midwest. In the middle of the country, the average household can afford to live in at least 80% of…

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