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October is Healthy Homes Month!

HUD is working with our Nation's communities to make sure our homes are protected from safety and health hazards, such as lead poisoning. Read how you can keep your home healthy, and learn how HUD is helping your community.

 -   Healthy Homes Month
 -   Help yourself to a healthy home
 -   Lead paint safety guide
 -   Martinez announces $147 million for healthy homes


HUD Highlights

 -   HUD introduces predatory lending brochure to help consumers avoid loan fraud
 -   Community Renewal Workshops – $26 Billion in Tax Savings is Available to Businesses
 -   HUD awards $29.4 million in grants to help local communities redevelop Brownfields and create jobs
 -   HUD settles case against national lender accused of inflating cost of credit reports
 -   Martinez applauds House passage of American Dream Downpayment Act
 -   Administration announces $75 million to provide services to chronically homeless
 -   Web Clinics for HUD Partners
 -   National calendar of events
 -   Daily message


At Your Service

 -   Learn how to use HUD's website
 -   Learn how to buy a HUD home
 -   Learn how to apply for public housing and Section 8
 -   See if HUD owes you a refund on your FHA loan
 -   Find a HUD-approved lender in your area
 -   Talk to a housing counselor
 -   File a housing discrimination complaint
 -   Submit Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request
 -   Busque información en español
 -   Learn about the President's agenda to expand homeownership
 -   More services


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