Henry Cisneros

The Trump Effect: The Building Industry’s Most Political Animals
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The Trump Effect: The Building Industry’s Most Political Animals

These five builders, developers, and housing advocates have used their industry... More

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Designing for Aging In Place Designing for Aging In Place

A conversation with former HUD secretary Henry Cisneros about the oncoming housing crisis for America's aging population, and the opportunities for builders, developers, and architects. More

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HUD Seeks to Broaden HOPE VI Concept

Choice Neighborhoods Initiative would provide funding for education and transportation initiatives as well as housing. More

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HBAs Tell Customers: Now is the Time to Buy

Promotional campaigns encourage reluctant buyers to take advantage of market conditions that won't last forever. More

Team Play: Race to Rebuild
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Team Play: Race to Rebuild

Two years after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, CityView executive chairman... More

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Expanding Affordable Housing, City By City

Two former HUD secretaries, Jack Kemp and Henry Cisneros, used the release of a new book on affordable-housing solutions they co-authored to praise New York City and its mayor, Michael Bloomberg, for placing the expansion of housing at the top of his administration's agenda. More

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U.S. Hispanic Population Expands

America continues to diversify, with nearly one in every 10 of the country's counties having a population that is more than 50 percent minority, according to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau. That diversification is expanding beyond the traditional immigration gateways, however, into more suburban and rural areas, and is fueled by the growth in the Hispanic population. More

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Affordable Housing Trust Fund Moves Forward

Affordable housing advocates have moved one critical step closer to their long-awaited goal of establishing a national trust fund with dedicated, ongoing sources of funding. On July 31, the House of Representatives' Financial Services Committee approved H.R. 2895, the National Affordable Housing Trust Fund Act of 2007. Originally proposed in 2000 by Sen. John Kerry, the concept of a national trust fund for affordable housing had never made it past the committee stage until now. More

Pay Dirt
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Pay Dirt

The pricing on any housing project starts with the land, but it's especially... More

Tax ID Debate Emerges
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Tax ID Debate Emerges

A bill introduced in Congress earlier this year by Rep. John Doolittle (R-Calif.)... More

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