Earlier this year I commented on a report from HUD’s Inspector General (the Department’s internal watchdog) which severely criticized HUD’s current policy which permits individuals who are designated as “over income” to remain in public housing.

Blog readers may recall that the report found that more than 25,000 residents made more than the maximum income

As apartment owners and managers, from time to time, we get investigated by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  Which is fine.  Every once in a while, however, HUD gets investigated as well.  Just recently, HUD’s Inspector General (its internal watchdog) released a report which severely criticized HUD’s current policy which permits

Once a year here at the Fair Housing Defense blog I go off topic.  Today is that post.

Tomorrow is the Fourth of July.  Cookouts with family and friends.  Maybe a baseball game. (Indeed, I will be at the Nationals/Cubs game in Washington).  Fireworks.  A picnic.  A red, white, and blue parade.  Flags everywhere.  Everything

When I started this Fair Housing Defense blog, I had no idea if anyone would actually read it.  Well, that’s not exactly true.  I knew my Mom would read it.  One of my early entries (okay, since you asked — from October 23, 2009) noted that we have been Up and Running for a few months.