The case that generated last summer’s Supreme Court decision allowing disparate impact cases to be brought under the Fair Housing Act, Inclusive Communities Project Inc. v. Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs, was dismissed on last week by the district court judge charged with determining whether the housing advocacy plaintiff met the Court’s newly articulated standard for establishing disparate impact.
As the Obama administration today announced the Clean Energy Savings for All Initiative — a cross-government partnership aimed at promoting energy efficiency and increasing access to solar energy, particularly for low- and moderate-income families — several agencies released new guidance on Property-Assessed Clean Energy loans.
The Federal Housing Administration today issued new certifications that lenders writing FHA-insured loans will have to make.
The Federal Housing Administration today announced a series of reductions for the insurance rates it charges on multifamily home loans.
The federal government has spent just under half of the Troubled Asset Relief Program funds authorized in 2008 to assist troubled home borrowers, according to a report Friday from the Government Accountability Office.
The Federal Housing Administration said today that the capital ratio for its mortgage insurance fund has reached 2.07 percent — the first time since 2008 that the fund has reached the congressionally mandated 2 percent level
The FHA in a letter today announced that effective immediately, it will loosen restrictions for one year on agency-backed condo loans while longer-term rules are established.