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Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority receives $134,000 HUD grant

WASHINGTON - March 6, 2009 - (RealEstateRama) — The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development today awarded nearly $12 million in grants to 207 public housing agencies across the U.S. to help public housing residents find jobs that lead them toward economic independence.

Loudoun County Seeks Applications for Housing Funds

Leesburg, VA – December 11, 2008 - (RealEstateRama) – The Loudoun County Department of Family Services, on behalf of the Loudoun County Board of...

VHDA Wins National Affordable Housing Award for Granting Freedom Program

Richmond, VA - November 12, 2008 - (RealEstateRama) –  The Virginia Housing Development Authority recently won a national affordable housing award for Granting Freedom, a...

Virginia Selects Homeland Security Projects to Fund

– $23.4 million in grant funds allocated to localities – RICHMOND, VA - September 02, 2008 - (RealEstateRama) — Gov. Timothy M. Kaine today announced that...

Homeless Shelters Receive Grants

Along with the department of Human Services, The Dwelling Place, For KIDS, Inc., the YWCA, and Salvation Army/ Norfolk Command have been awarded a total of $324,000 in federal and state grants, which will be used to support the services of the Norfolk’s homeless population.

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Arlington County Board Approves Redevelopment of Former Bob Peck Site

Ballston project incorporates office buildings, affordable housing, ground-floor retail, townhouses ARLINGTON, Va.– The Arlington County Board today approved a mixed-use project for the last unplanned...

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New Poll Shows Virginians Strongly Favor Policies that Make Housing More...

The Campaign for Housing and Civic Engagement (CHACE), a statewide network of housing advocates spearheaded by the Virginia Housing Alliance and the Virginia Poverty Law Center working to elevate housing issues for the 2017 elections, revealed the results of a statewide public opinion survey on housing and energy efficiency issues conducted by the Judy Ford Wason Center for Public Policy at Christopher Newport University