Housing Policy

Racial Equity Makes “Cents”

1,332 words. Six-minute read. Don’t miss your chance to win our Capital Commentary Contest #3. Contest information is at the end! As we near the end of Black History Month, Capital Commentary weighs...

All Eyes On Racial Equity

1,819 words. Six-and-a-half minute read. Racial equity is driving agendas in Washington like never before. A new study concluding that 1 million Black families could miss out on the benefits of...

A New Beginning

1,348 words. Six-minute read. A tumultuous January on top of a turbulent 2020 begs for a new start. Hopefully, that begins today when Joe Biden is sworn in as the nation’s 46th president under his...

PolicyCast: Servant Leadership at HUD

Episode 9 – 1/11/2021 Servant Leadership at HUD HUD Deputy Secretary Brian D. Montgomery discusses possible changes to FHA, COVID-19’s impact and serving in three presidential administrations.

Bags Are Packed, Ready to Go

1,669 words. Six-minute read. Whether due to the pandemic, low interest rates, unemployment or the desire for a new start, Americans are on the move. Most are doing it willingly; some have no choice...

Looking for a Way Out for the GSEs

1,477 words. Six-minute read. Since September 2008, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the GSEs) have been wards of the government, placed into conservatorship under the authority of the Federal Housing...