Items Tagged with 'J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation for Housing America’s Families'

ARTICLES

  • Terwilliger Foundation partners with Enterprise Community Partners to improve economic mobility

    Foundation providing $3 million grant
    Aiming to help low-income families move up the economic ladder, the J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation for Housing America’s Families is giving $3 million to Enterprise Community Partners, a nonprofit that designs and builds affordable housing. The grant is designed to create “innovative, integrated approaches” in areas like job training and healthcare that can increase economic mobility.
    Read More
  • Q&A: Former Rep. Rick Lazio on today's biggest housing challenges

    How is Washington responding?
    [Commentary] With the J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation for Housing America’s Families’ Housing America’s Families Forum coming up on Nov. 15, HousingWire sat down with Rick Lazio, a former New York representative, to discuss the challenges in today’s housing market. This Q&A dives into how America can address these housing challenges.
    Read More
  • Housing industry welcomes Senate confirmation of Pam Patenaude as HUD deputy secretary

    Industry continues to support Patenaude
    As was the case throughout the nomination process, the housing industry was quick to praise the Senate confirmation of Pam Patenaude to serve as the next deputy secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Patenaude was confirmed on Thursday in an 80-17 vote in the Senate, with all 17 no votes come from the Democratic side of the aisle. Patenaude’s confirmation received a warmer welcome within the housing industry.
    Read More
  • Confirmation hearing for HUD Deputy Secretary nominee Pam Patenaude set for June 6

    Patenaude to appear before Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs
    Pam Patenaude’s day on Capitol Hill is nigh upon us. Patenaude, the Trump administration’s choice to serve as the deputy secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, will appear before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs on Tuesday for her confirmation hearing.
    Read More
  • Housing industry praises Trump's selection of Pam Patenaude as HUD deputy secretary

    Support comes in from all sides
    For those in the housing industry, Pam Patenaude’s name is well known. So, it should come as no shock that the housing industry supports the Trump administration’s nomination of Patenaude to serve as the HUD deputy secretary. Declarations of support for Patenaude came in quickly after the White House’s announcement of her nomination, including from some of the housing industry’s biggest groups, and from Patenaude’s potential boss at HUD.
    Read More
  • Trump picks Pam Patenaude to serve as HUD deputy secretary

    Currently serves as president of the J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation
    HousingWire Woman of Influence Pam Patenaude was originally shortlisted to serve as the Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. That position ended up going to Ben Carson, as HousingWire first reported. Now in another HousingWire first, President Donald Trump plans to install Patenaude in the true position of power at HUD – deputy secretary.
    Read More
  • [Video] Here's why one former senator is so passionate about affordable housing

    Scott Brown reveals his background
    The J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation for Housing America’s Families Housing Forum brought together some of the most influential names in housing. But this wasn’t simply a group of government officials coming together to talk about the idea of affordable housing; many of them knew first-hand what it’s like to rely on affordable housing. Here’s former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown’s story.
    Read More
  • Jeb Hensarling: “Dodd-Frank was a grave mistake”

    Housing reform top priority
    Attendees at the Housing America’s Families Forum in Dallas at the George W. Bush Presidential Library gathered for a light lunch on Friday to listen to one of the most eagerly anticipated speakers of the day, House Financial Services Committee Chairman Rep. Jeb Hensarling. While he is currently rumored to be the next Secretary of the Treasury, he chose to focus his speech on the death of Dodd-Frank.
    Read More
  • Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Deutsche Bank cutting back on mortgage business?

    Plus, a new name emerges to serve as Trump's HUD secretary
    Is Deutsche Bank about to cut back on its mortgage business? It appears so. Plus, a new name emerges to run HUD in President-elect Donald Trump's administration. And why is a massive Silicon Valley venture capital firm investing in a real estate loan marketplace? All that, and more, in your Monday Morning Cup of Coffee.
    Read More
  • Dispatch from #HousingOurFuture: Not enough real estate agents are "culturally sensitive"

    Asian and Hispanic mortgage markets set to boom
    In the coming decades, the rate of homeownership among Hispanics and Asians will roughly double, and the housing industry is not ready, a panel of experts said Friday. Mortgage bankers and real estate agents are not equipped to appropriately deal with these communities, according to panelists at the Housing America's Family Forum underway today in Dallas.
    Read More