Housing And Urban Development

Housing department announces $120 million in funding to help with Olmstead compliance

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State housing agencies can apply for $120 million in new federal funding to support housing options for disabled people transitioning out of long-term care facilities, the Department of Housing and Urban Development recently announced.

Government-funded housing should support people transitioning out of long-term care settings, guidance urges

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Housing providers using government funds should consider the needs of individuals transitioning out of nursing homes and other institutional settings, according to recently released guidance from the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

As HUD gets its house in order, more long-term care operators are buying in

As HUD gets its house in order, more long-term care operators are buying in

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It wasn't so long ago that long-term care operators looked at HUD funding with a disdain bordering on contempt. But the Department of Housing and Urban Development has come a long way in a short time. By staying in the game, offering good rates and speeding up its approval pipeline, this public option has quietly gained a newfound respectability.

Nursing home executives settle allegations of mortgage-refinancing scheme

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Three men recently agreed to pay over $5.3 million to settle charges that they issued false statements to secure mortgage financing for three Oklahoma nursing homes.

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