Section 8 tenants face higher rents and displacement. Super vouchers , albeit not part of the affh rule, reveals the disruptive impact of HUD’s social engineering policies. Sadly, the following is a new phenomena being brought about by HUD. San Francisco Bay BayView, a National Black Newspaper HUD policies threaten poor, elderly and disabled tenants Continue Reading
“Our Town” news for Orangetown, Clarkstown & N. Bergen (NY) Right and Wrong Washington, D.C. elites also have plans for Pearl River by Michael Bongiorno July 20, 2016 Recently, a movement has stirred among some Pearl River residents to incorporate the hamlet as a village. The purpose of the incorporation would be to increase local Continue Reading
Introduction by Smith Young “:)” Seeking mobility counselors to either work directly for HUD or a surrogate; Republicans need not apply, Socialist Bernie Sanders supporters are especially encouraged. As a counselor you will be responsible for primarily interviewing black and hispanic urban indigents currently receiving section 8 housing, but we are also seeking counselors sympathetic Continue Reading
Introduction by Smith Young “:)” Fear of navigating the ocean and falling off the edge of the earth was rational until discovering that the world isn’t flat. Nothing wrong with that fear when based on an invalid premise and belief system which is the case for this report funded by a grant from the Urban Reporting Continue Reading
If you’re still standing after watching the first 5 minutes of the video click http://wp.me/p6y1jc-r5 to read more about the new section 8 housing regulation and for an overview click AFFH overview for an article by Stanley Kurtz.
Hillary’s rumored running mate, Housing Secretary Julian Castro, is cooking up a scheme to reallocate funding for Section 8 housing to punish suburbs for being too white and too wealthy. New York Post Obama’s last act is to force suburbs to be less white and less wealthy By Paul Sperry, May 8, 2016 The scheme involves Continue Reading
Composed by Smith Young “:)” Following are two opposing views on the insidious effect of subsidies and non-market based policies, first is the biased reporting from 1) Report on the Distribution of Low Income Housing Tax Credits in the New York City Region, and 2) unbiased empirical analysis by NYU’s Furman Center for Real Estate and Continue Reading
Baltimore may have won the War of 1812 against the British but loses in HUD’s war against the suburbs. Edited by Smith Young “:)” Without fighting to win in court Baltimore County has allowed the Department of Housing and Urban Development and its henchman the NAACP to follow through with a punishing indictment on the Continue Reading