H.R.6027 - To provide highest preference in the use of foreclosed housing acquired using Federal loan or grant funds made available under the Neighborhood Stabilization Act of 2008 for providing housing for disabled veterans and to prohibit the purchase or lease of such housing by any individual convicted under Federal or State law of a drug-dealing offense, a sex offense, or mortgage fraud.

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  • Official: To provide highest preference in the use of foreclosed housing acquired using Federal loan or grant funds made available under the Neighborhood Stabilization Act of 2008 for providing housing for disabled veterans and to prohibit the purchase or lease of such housing by any individual convicted under Federal or State law of a drug-dealing offense, a sex offense, or mortgage fraud. as introduced.

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Prohibits an individual from purchasing or leasing any housing acquired using federal loan or grant funds made available for use under the Neighborhood Stabilization Act of 2008, or any dwelling unit in any such housing, if such individual has been convicted under federal or state law of a

Official Summary

Prohibits an individual from purchasing or leasing any housing acquired using federal loan or grant funds made available for use under the Neighborhood Stabilization Act of 2008, or any dwelling unit in any such housing, if such individual has been convicted under federal or state law of a drug-dealing offense, a sex offense, or mortgage fraud. Requires each state, metropolitan city, and urban county that is provided such loan or grant amounts, notwithstanding any other preferences required or authorized under such Act for use of such amounts, to give highest priority to providing housing for disabled veterans.

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