Homeowners and homebuyers are critical to housing technology because they create the demand for new technologies that improve occupant safety and health while saving money, time, and effort. Builders will provide what consumers repeatedly request. The more consumers know about housing technology, the better prepared they are to make informed choices when buying, maintaining, or improving their homes. PATH provides tools and activities that help consumers become aware of new technologies and where to find them.
Locates products, homes, and buildings with the ENERGY STAR label.
U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)
Links to resources and programs offered by DOE.
Success stories gathered by PATH to demonstrate the use of new housing technologies.
HUD Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control
Information to help make a home healthy and hazard free.
- Information and Funding Resources
Building America Developments
Information and news bulletins about the Department of Energy's Building America program.
Practical information on programs, events, and resources of interest to housing and community development professionals.
PATH's quarterly newsletter featuring its activities and latest developments.
Bimonthly technical newsletter that provides practical, usable information for building professionals on the latest research, trends, and other industry happenings.
- Associations and Groups
Fannie Mae Foundation
Comprehensive information for consumers and investors about programs for creating affordable housing options and revitalizing communities.
Federal Home Loan Bank System (FHLB)
Information on the Federal banking system created to improve the supply of funds to local lenders that, in turn, finance loans for home mortgages.
American Homeowners Association
Informative resources for selling a home, looking to buy, or relocating.
Content updated on 1/22/2002
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