Progress Report on Federal Housing Programs: Description of Each of the Federal Programs on Housing and Urban Development and the Progress of These Programs, Volumes 22-23
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking and Currency. Subcommittee on Housing and Urban Affairs
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1967 - Federal aid to housing - 157 pages
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Page 21 - Department of Housing and Urban Development The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD...
Page 142 - January 31, 1965, nor extend beyond January 31, 1975. A veteran discharged or released for a service-connected disability from a period of active duty, any part of which occurred during World War II or the Korean conflict, is eligible for loan benefits until the terminal date specified for the wartime period from which he was discharged or released.
Page 25 - State programs for assisting communities in developing solutions to community metropolitan development problems and for encouraging effective regional cooperation in the planning and conduct of community and metropolitan development programs and projects...
Page 117 - Secretary finds that such assistance is essential to a program, proposed or under active preparation, for a unified or officially coordinated urban transportation system as part of the comprehensively planned development of the urban area...
Page 90 - The local contribution toward the cost of the project or program may be made in the form of cash or noncash grants-in-aid, such as donations of land, demolition and removal work, project improvements, historic preservation activities, certain expenditures by colleges, universities and hospitals, or public facilities that benefit the project.
Page 68 - ... provide supplementary assistance to the secondary market for home mortgages by providing a degree of liquidity for mortgage investments, thereby improving the distribution of investment capital available for home mortgage financing...
Page 72 - November 1, 1954, and those mortgages that have been, or will be acquired subsequently from authorized sources, in an orderly manner, with a minimum of adverse effect upon the home mortgage market and minimum loss to the Federal Government.
Page 6 - Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington...
Page 134 - Secretary has determined that there exist (A) administrative machinery through which coordination of all related planning activities of local agencies can be achieved, and (B) evidence that necessary cooperation of agencies engaged in related local planning can be obtained.