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PREVIOUS ISSUES

Research-Oriented Leadership Welcomed

Volume 6 Number 9 (*.pdf, 3.07 MB)

Flexibility in Combating Homelessness

Volume 6 Number 8 (*.pdf, 3.88 MB)

Congress Acts to Boost Confidence, Stability in Housing Market

Volume 6 Number 7 (*.pdf, 2.57 MB)

A Sustainability Framework Shapes the Future

Volume 6 Number 6 (*.pdf, 4 MB)

Local Partnerships Promote Long-Term Prosperity

Volume 6 Number 5 (*.pdf, 4 MB)

New Housing on the Horizon

Volume 6 Number 4 (*.pdf, 513 KB)

Regional Cooperation Reduces Homelessness in Virginia

Volume 6 Number 3 (*.pdf, 530 KB)

Preserving a Piece of History

Volume 6 Number 2 (*.pdf, 623 KB)

Closing the Distance Between Home and Work

Volume 6 Number 1 (*.pdf, 577 KB)

Resources Mitigate the Impact of Major Disasters

Volume 5 Number 10 (*.pdf, 662 KB)

Healthier Homes, Healthier Children

Volume 5 Number 9 (*.pdf, 585 KB)

Untangling the Sources of Mortgage Closing Costs

Volume 5 Number 8 (*.pdf, 546 KB)

Toward Understanding Homelessness

Volume 5 Number 7 (*.pdf, 653 KB)

Black Colleges and Universities Lend a Helping Hand

Volume 5 Number 6 (*.pdf, 630 KB)

Housing: Critical for Working Families and Communities

Volume 5 Number 5 (*.pdf, 591 KB)

Are Subdivision Requirements Excessive?

Volume 5 Number 4 (*.pdf, 651 KB)

Is a Concept Home in Your Future?

Volume 5 Number 3 (*.pdf, 617 KB)

A National Crisis with Global Impact

Volume 5 Number 2 (*.pdf, 656 KB)

Three Decades of Housing Data

Volume 5 Number 1 (*.pdf, 638 KB)

HUD’s M2M Goes Green to Preserve Affordable Housing

Volume 4 Number 10 (*.pdf, 1.55 MB)

Green Renovation Creates Healthier, Energy-Efficient Apartments

Volume 4 Number 9 (*.pdf, 755 KB)

Homeownership Zones: Transforming Blighted Neighborhoods

Volume 4 Number 8 (*.pdf, 711 KB)

Affordability and Energy-Efficiency Mark New Virginia Homes

Volume 4 Number 7 (*.pdf, 673 KB)

Excellence in Historic Preservation

Volume 4 Number 6 (*.pdf, 560 KB)

Enabling Private-Sector Lending for Affordable Housing: HUD/UN Forum with African Countries

Volume 4 Number 5 (*.pdf, 570 KB)

Affordable Housing Plus Services for Seniors

Volume 4 Number 4 (*.pdf, 749 KB)

Tax Credits Boost Housing Rehabilitation

Volume 4 Number 3 (*.pdf, .98 MB)

What's Happening to Assisted Multifamily Housing Properties?

Volume 4 Number 2 (*.pdf, 613 KB)

Action Plan Achieves Objectives and Promotes Energy Efficiency

Volume 4 Number 1 (*.pdf, 677 KB)

Funding for Recovery in the Hurricanes' Wake, Part II

Volume 3 Number 10 (*.pdf, 651 KB)

Funding for Recovery in the Hurricanes' Wake, Part I

Volume 3 Number 9 (*.pdf, 686 KB)

Lean Production Techniques May Advance Factory-Built Housing, September 2006

Volume 3 Number 8 (*.pdf, 851 KB)

Outcomes of Permanent Housing Programs for the Homeless, July/August 2006

Volume 3 Number 7 (*.pdf, 851 KB)

Factors in Achieving and Retaining Homeownership, June 2006

Volume 3 Number 6 (*.pdf, 618 KB)

Universities Rebuilding America, May 2006

Volume 3 Number 5 (*.pdf, 827 KB)

The Drive to Ending Homelessness: Supporting People and Prevention, Apr 2006

Volume 3 Number 4 (*.pdf, 737 KB)

Several Roads to Increased Energy Efficiency, Mar 2006

Volume 3 Number 3 (*.pdf, 560 KB)

High-Performance House Maximizes Green Design, Feb 2006

Volume 3 Number 2 (*.pdf, 631 KB)

The Public’s Views of Affordable Housing, Dec/Jan 2006

Volume 3 Number 1 (*.pdf, 484 KB)

Mutual Self-Help to Homeownership in Coachella Valley, Nov 2005

Volume 2 Number 10 (*.pdf, 590 KB)

Reverse Mortgages: Converting Equity into Cash, Oct 2005

Volume 2 Number 9 (*.pdf, 625 KB)

Forging Partnerships, Maximizing Resources, Sep 2005

Volume 2 Number 8 (*.pdf, 338 KB)

FHA Streamlines Loan Process, Jul/Aug 2005

Volume 2 Number 7 (*.pdf, 446 KB)

At HUD, Homeownership Is On the Front Burner, Jun 2005

Volume 2 Number 6 (*.pdf, 574 KB)

San Jose’s Affordable Housing Initiative Wins 2005 HUD Secretary’s Planning Award, May 2005

Volume 2, Number 5 (*.pdf, 520 KB)

Summary of Mar 2004 Fair Housing Research and Policy Forum, Apr 2005

Volume 2, Number 4 (*.pdf, 532 KB)

"Reaching the Dream" Initiative, Mar 2005

Volume 2, Number 3 (*.pdf, 589 KB)

Why Not in Our Community, Feb 2005

Volume 2, Number 2 (*.pdf, 562 KB)

Housing and Hurricanes, Jan 2005

Volume 2, Number 1 (*.pdf, 618 KB)

The Importance of Program Evaluation: A Look Back at the 2001 HOPWA Evaluation and its Effects on the Program Since its Release, Nov/Dec 2004

Volume 1, Number 9 (*.pdf, 557 KB)

Service Delivery to Rural and Nonmetro Areas: A Look at Some HUD Programs and the Constituents They Serve, Oct 2004

Volume 1, Number 8 (*.pdf, 470 KB)

Affordable Housing: Designing an American Asset, Sep 2004

Volume 1, Number 7 (*.pdf, 466 KB)

Safe at Home, Aug 2004

Volume 1, Number 6 (*.pdf, 607 KB)

The Resource Center for Raza Planning, A Southwestern Recipe for Small Business and Community Planning, Jul 2004

Volume 1, Number 5 (*.pdf, 628 KB)

Welfare Reform Brings Housing to Austin, Jun 2004

Volume 1, Number 4 (*.pdf, 334 KB)

Municipal Green: Santa Monica ‘LEEDs’ the Way in Sustainable Public Design, Apr/May

Volume 1, Number 3 (*.pdf, 659 KB)

Outreach Efforts Target Fair Lending in Arizona, Mar 2004

Volume 1, Number 2 (*.pdf, 312 KB)

The PATH to Innovation, Feb 2004

Volume 1, Number 1 (*.pdf, 361 KB)
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