Posts Tagged ‘HUD’

HORNE adds partners

by Published: January 22,2012

Tags: HORNE LLP, HUD, Neil Forbes, Stafford Act, Virginia Wesleyan College

S. Neil Forbes, CFE, PMP, and Wes T. Winborne, CPA, have been admitted as partners within HORNE LLP. As part of HORNE’s disaster recover management team, Forbes oversees projects related to HUD Community Development Block Grant funds. His responsibilities include program management, financial and regulatory compliance with grant regulations and all applicable state and federal […] [...]

RVs, houseboats, mobile homes — all may require mortgage license to sell

by Published: May 15,2011

Tags: HUD, John Allison, Lemar C. Wooley, SAFE Act

Thinking about selling that motor home you have parked out back? Better either do it before July 21 or prepare to devote the time and money to become certified as a mortgage loan originator. Unless the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development tells him otherwise, Mississippi Banking Commissioner John Allison is using a broad […] [...]


by Published: August 31,2009

Tags: forclosures, homeless, HUD

  Housing Relocation and Stabilization Program to help prevent homelessness   In the past, homelessness has been mostly a problem in big cities, and has often been more common with single people than families. But with the current recession, high unemployment rates and record high levels of foreclosures in the first six months of 2009, there […] [...]

Recovery package still taking applications

by Published: August 24,2009

Tags: HUD, Hurricane Katrina recovery, MDA

Last of funds could take years to award   Just weeks after Hurricane Katrina laid waste to the Mississippi Gulf Coast in Aug. 2005, the State of Mississippi petitioned Congress for help with the massive cleanup and recovery effort. Gov. Haley Barbour, the state’s congressional delegation and others were successful in securing approximately $5.4 billion […] [...]

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