HousingWire: Allied Home Mortgage CEO Jim Hodge Ordered to Pay $92 Million for FHA FraudBy Ben LaneA little over five years ago, the government sued Allied Home Mortgage, its various entities, and its president and CEO, Jim Hodge for $834 million, claiming that Allied engaged in repeated fraud against the Federal Housing Administration over a 10-year period.
The Mercury News: Facebook to Give $20 Million to Bay Area Community for Affordable Housing, Job TrainingBy Queenie WongFacebook, like other Silicon Valley tech firms, has a complicated relationship with low-income residents who fear job growth sparked by the tech industry is driving up housing prices and rents.
Forbes: Could The Fair Housing Act Be Used To Abolish Restrictive Zoning?By Scott BeyerThe Fair Housing Act was signed in 1968 by President Lyndon Johnson to curb nationwide housing discrimination against minorities.National Mortgage News: FHA Increase Loan Limits for 2017By Jacob PassyThe Federal Housing Administration will increase loan limits across most areas in the United States in 2017 to reflect rising home prices, the agency announced.
Please enter your name.
Please enter a valid email address.
Provide us with feedback here.
We are always interested in hearing from you.
Your feedback will help us improve your online experience.