The US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) just cannot seem to catch a break. And maybe they shouldn't. The Management and Marketing (M&M) program which offloads millions of dollars in distressed assets absorbed by HUD, originating from insurance claims filed by financial institutions specific to FHA insured properties, has become the albatross hanging around the neck of Secretary Ben Carson. Time and again the M&M Award Process operated formerly by Kimberlee Satterfield, whom recently took early retirement, to Cathy Baker, the now . . .
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