‘Active adult’ community refused housing for disabled couple: HUD

A New Jersey condo association, billed as being an “active adult” community for homeowners 55 and older, will have to shell out $9,000 to settle allegations it prevented a man with disabilities and his wife from buying a home in which they planned to l…

Landlord fined after denying renter’s emotional support animal

A New York landlord has been slapped with a $15,000 fine to settle a discrimination case involving a mentally ill tenant and her emotional support animal.

Landlord who sent racial slurs to black woman headed to court

A landlord who refused to rent to an African American woman after texting her a flurry of racial slurs, including the N-word, has been charged with discrimination.

Condo association barred elderly resident from using front door

A New Jersey condo association was charged with discrimination after an elderly resident claimed she was forced to use a back entrance with her service pet.

New residential home sales plummet to 2-year low in September

New residential home sales dropped 5.5 percent in September to the lowest growth in almost two years, according to the Census Bureau and the HUD.

New Orleans landlord charged with discrimination for ‘no teenagers’ ad

On Friday, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) charged the landlord with housing discrimination for a 2014 ad on Craigslist.

New home sales slump 5.3%, but inventory is up

The sale of new single-family homes declined by 5.3 percent from May to June, according to the latest data released from the Census Bureau and HUD.

US housing starts plummet 12% in June, marking 9-month low

The number of new home permits issued nationwide fell to the lowest in nine months, according to a new Housing Starts report.

In parts of San Francisco, a six-figure salary is still ‘low-income’

If you’re living in San Francisco, $117,400 a year might still not be enough to get you out of the low-income category as determined by HUD.

White House wants to privatize Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

The Trump administration is proposing a sweeping reform of how the federal government supports housing finance by calling for the full privatization of mortgage-backed securities giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.