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Vol. 43, Issue 9

October 2013

The October issue of the Housing Law Bulletin features articles on recent HAMP litigation; USDA debt collection practices; a recent HUD notice on homeless admissions preferences; and the findings of three reports exploring fair housing discrimination trends. The issue also includes brief notes on changes at Rural Development and VAWA 2013 implementation.


Table of Contents

  • HAMP Litigation Update 2013: The Year of the Trial Period Plan
  • USDA Discloses Details of Its Debt Collection Practices
  • HUD Issues Notice on Admissions Preferences for Homeless Individuals and Families
  • Recent Studies Examine Fair Housing Discrimination Trends
  • October 2013 Housing Cases, Notices, and Regulations

 


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Articles

  • HAMP Litigation Update 2013: The Year of the Trial Period Plan

    The Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) exists at the center of the foreclosure crisis and the resulting litigation because HAMP sets a federal standard for loan modifications. Nearly every major loan servicer participates in the program. Created by the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) and managed by the Treasury Department, HAMP requires participating mortgage servicers to offer...


  • USDA Discloses Details of Its Debt Collection Practices

    This article continues the Housing Law Bulletin's coverage of USDA's collection practices regarding borrowers who default on direct or guaranteed loans while participating in the Rural Housing Service's single family home loan programs, where RHS incurs a loss.


  • HUD Issues Notice on Admissions Preferences for Homeless Individuals and Families

    On July 25, 2013, HUD issued Notice H 2013-21, which provides guidance on how property owners of project-based Section 8 housing can adopt admissions preferences for homeless individuals and families. This article provides an overview of the recent HUD Notice, which clarifies HUD’s previous position concerning who can qualify for a homelessness preference.


  • Recent Studies Examine Fair Housing Discrimination Trends

    Forty-five years after the passage of the Fair Housing Act (FHA), the fight against housing discrimination continues. Combined with the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) renewed focus on the mandate to affirmatively further fair housing, housing advocates should use these events as occasion to examine present-day barriers to housing choice in their communities. This article...


  • October 2013 Housing Cases, Notices, and Regulations

    This section includes summaries of recent housing cases, notices, and regulations.

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