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HUD’s Influence Under Obama on Lagging Home Construction

HUD Influence

Introduction by Smith Young “:)”  The article below doesn’t mention HUD’s role in helping create the housing shortage, but it does identify: Local building restrictions, meanwhile, have added thousands of dollars to the cost of building so-called starter homes in recent years, builders said. An example of HUD’s manipulation is the HUD questionnaire “America’s Affordable Continue Reading

Cities, Towns, and Counties Implicitly Issue AFFH Court Orders – What!

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By Smith Young Like school busing, AFFH becomes a court order when local governments accept grants and sign that they will Affirmatively Further Fair Housing (AFFH).  It’s effectively a court order backed up by the False Claims Act such that local governments make the community liable and can find themselves in expensive lawsuits if they Continue Reading

Politico – AFFH Doesn’t Work. And to Say So Isn’t Racist.

Introduction by Smith Young “:)”  If we can learn from the past “school busing” failure, here’s predictive information for HUD’s 2015  Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule.  The full text of the article follows this introduction. Ted Van Dyk say’s “Following passage of the Civil Rights Act and 1965 Voting Rights Act, and attendant Great Society legislation aimed Continue Reading

Done – It’s Ben Carson as Housing Secretary

Ben Carson Nominated

Dr. Ben Carson doesn’t need an introduction, but you may want to read the Washington Times article he published July 23, 2015 immediately after HUD published the the AFFH rule in the Federal Register.  Read Ben’s Washington Times article about AFFH, click Experimenting with Failed Socialism Again Dr. Carson served as director of pediatric neurosurgery Continue Reading

New Affordable-Housing Rules Will Stifle Construction in Los Angeles

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“They took that problem and made it worse” said Shawn Evenhaim, chief executive of Los Angeles developer California Home Builders, said he stopped purchasing land months ago that would fall under the new requirements, anticipating the initiative would pass. He has enough land to get him through the next two to three years, but after Continue Reading