New HUD Website Combines HUD Grants, Real Estate, Economics Data

June 27, 2010


A new Web portal combines local, regional and statewide housing and economic data from a variety of government sources, HUD officials announced a week ago.

The “Regional Economic and Market Analysis” site, at, features U.S. Census Bureau, Labor Department, and HUD data, along with information from state and local governments and housing industry sources, according to the announcement.

Their Grants site is what I like the best, since it actually provides information on the winning and highest scoring 2009 Grant applications, which makes it THAT much easier for someone to generate a winning Grant application.

Here’s the info you’ll find on the HUD’s “Grants” website:

HUD awards grants to organizations and groups for a variety of purposes. To participate in the HUD grants program, you need to be registered with

 - HUD’s grants office – the Office of Departmental Grants Management and Oversight (ODGMO) was established to develop a Department-wide perspective on grants management.
 - Funds Available – Identifies HUD’s competitive funding opportunities, also known as Notice of Funding Availability (NOFAs).
 - Funding announcements – Announcements of those who were awarded grants
 - 2009 Highest Scoring Grant Applications
 - 2009 Early Registration Notice
 - Training – identifies various training webcast relating to grants.
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One Response to “New HUD Website Combines HUD Grants, Real Estate, Economics Data”

  1. Government Grant Guide Says:

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