U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Where can you find these courses? Many private lenders offer their own training, but governments -- local, state and federal
If we are to make equal opportunity real for every American, we must ensure that all citizens -- no matter their income or zip code -- have a fair shot to pursue their dreams.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD's) current definition of homelessness excludes most children and youth who are actually homeless: those staying in motels, or temporarily with others because they have nowhere else to go.
Over the last decade, reverse mortgages have been aggressively pitched in TV ads as an easy way for seniors to cash in their home equity to pay for living expenses. However, for many, improper use of the product -- such as pulling all their cash out at one time -- has led to significant financial problems later, including foreclosure.
"It looks like the city is choking out every avenue for the homeless to survive in the city," Haylee Becker of homeless advocacy
According to a press release issued Tuesday by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Interagency Council on Homelessness
Correction: An earlier version of this story stated that displaced homeless people would not have other options once the
On December 10, Human Rights Day, two national reports were released. The two reports paint a disturbing picture of human rights in the U.S. -- but also offer reason for hope.
* One of biggest US lawsuits over risky home loans The case is USA v Deutsche Bank AG et al in the U.S. District Court for