. that seeks a $500 billion reduction in budget cuts, including a 100 percent decrease in funding to the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD). The verbiage of the bill calls for all.
Bill Faith, executive director of the Coalition on Homelessness and. President Trump's Fiscal Year 2019 budget would cut HUD by $8.8 billion,
FHA financing, according to the agency, is currently used by 38 percent of all homebuyers. The spending plan contrasts markedly with the bill passed late last week by the U.S. House. That bill-HR.
Last year, the president cut the department. spending bill that reopened the government from its second shutdown this year. As a result of this budget deal, the administration revised its 2019.
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The Senate bill has sufficient funding to renew all Housing Choice Vouchers and other HUD-administered rental assistance now helping seniors, families with children, and others to pay the rent and make ends meet. In contrast, the House bill would fail to renew nearly 50,000 vouchers currently in use.
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It would also transfer all housing programs for veterans away from HUD and into the Department of Veteran’s Affairs. HUD’s fiscal year 2010 budget totaled $43.7 billion, a 9% increase from 2009.
Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program: HUD’s Housing Choice Vouchers would be funded at 6 percent less than the President’s re- quest for this assistance to the Nation’s most vulnerable families and individuals. In total, compared to the President’s Budget, the GOP budget would provide roughly 100,000 fewer vouchers.
While suggesting significant cuts, the preliminary budget maintains the same level of funding to rental assistance. indicating the money could come from outside the HUD budget as part of a separate.
Originally, the administration released a budget that would cut the department’s funding to $39.2 billion, bringing the total cuts over the past two years to $8.8 billion or 18.3%. However, early Friday morning, Trump signed a massive spending bill that reopened the government from its second shutdown this year.