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Mayor Joe Hogsett marks 99th demolition with Hardest Hit funds

Hogsett marks 99th demolition with Hardest Hit funds The city of Indianapolis has now demolished 99 abandoned homes through a federal blight removal program, Mayor Joe Hogsett announced Monday.   Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett announces that the city has now torn down 99 homes using federal Hardest Hit funds. City-County Council Vice President Zach Adamson (right)

Akron Ohio News – Hardest Hit Fund

GREATER AKRON — The Summit County Land Bank has received an additional $6.4 million in funding as part of the Ohio Housing Finance Agency’s (OHFA) Neighborhood Initiative Program (NIP), a residential demolition program aimed at stabilizing property values by removing and greening abandoned, vacant and blighted residential properties.   Land bank officials said the additional

Watchdog Calls on Treasury to Fix Blight Elimination Program – Loan Modification Key

“We believe the fundamental structure of HHF and the existing controls and compliance measures implemented by [the Office of Financial Stability] and the HFAs have made HHF blight elimination programs effective, flexible, and accountable.” Mark McArdle, Department of Treasury.   The head of the Troubled Asset Relief Program recently called on the U.S. Treasury Department

Questions remain unanswered about Detroit demolitions

Questions remain unanswered about Detroit demolitions Until this month, no city-funded demolition contracts had been sent to the council since 2012 as required by city law.   1 Way Service, a Detroit contractor, demolished a commercial building at 18730 Charleston Street on June 20, 2016 for $47,800, according to the city of DetroitÕs demolition database.

Loan Modification Key: NJ Homeowners Facing Foreclosure to Benefit From Over $69 Million

“It’s important to do everything we can to help struggling homeowners who are #underwater and facing #foreclosure stay in their homes, keep families together and strengthen neighborhoods,” said Menendez, the ranking member of the Housing Subcommittee. “This is critical funding to help address New Jersey’s worst-in-the-nation foreclosure crisis.”   “Unfortunately, too many New Jersey families and communities
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