Sixteen Chicago Housing Authority employees have been fired and one particular has give up just after an inner investigation found they fully commited federal system fraud when they submitted falsified Paycheck Security Software applications to obtain COVID-19 aid funds they ended up not entitled to, the company confirmed.
What’s Up? (April 10-16)
High Mortgage Rates, High Prices
Mortgage rates rose to 5 percent for the first time in more than a decade, the kind of increase that in the past spelled trouble for the housing market. But in the current climate, the impact of the higher rates is
The Florida Legislative session has ended without major legislation to help Floridians who are still struggling to find real relief from rising insurance rates and a lack of affordable housing.
With palm trees, green grass and the glow of the Florida sun, homes in the sunshine state
“It was an insane year,” said Matt Holm, an agent with Compass in Austin. Last January, he put a smaller five-year-old
Low mortgage rates bring more benefits to the table than just your house payment during the process of home buying. Mortgage lenders are beginning to offer refinance and
The White House is evaluating recommendations to remove or discipline the Federal Housing Finance Agency inspector general following investigations from a federal watchdog and a pair of Republican senators that found a pattern of misconduct and abuse of authority by the IG.
The Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity
Amazon donates to housing fund
One of Tennessee’s fastest-growing employers is donating $2.25 million to help financially struggling homeowners in facing housing insecurity challenges this year from tornado recovery, job losses, and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Amazon, the online shipping giant that has invested nearly $7 billion in Tennessee and