December 23, 2022

HUD: 2022 Year in Review

This year, Secretary Marcia L. Fudge led the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to bold action in pursuit of the agency’s mission to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities and quality affordable homes. These actions aligned with key Biden-Harris Administration priorities, including easing the burden of housing costs, removing barriers to homeownership, expanding the nation’s housing supply, addressing the nation’s homelessness crisis, and keeping Americans housed.

Below is a sampling of the strides HUD made in 2022: 

Expanded Access to Affordable Housing and Connected People to Rental Assistance by: 

Increased Housing Supply Through Building, Preservation, and Innovation by:

Boosted Wealth-Building and Home Ownership Opportunities for All by: 

Ensured Communities Can Prepare for and Recovery from Disaster Equitably by: 

Address Homelessness with the Urgency it Requires by: 

Made HUD Easier to Navigate So Our Help Reaches Those Who Need It Most by: 

This post was originally published here.