PATH - A Public Private Partnership for Advancing Housing Technology
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Two organizations charged with the management of PATH are also major resources for research publications on housing markets. HUD's Office of Policy Development and Research (PD&R;) coordinates all federally-related PATH activities. Staff in PD&R's Affordable Housing Research and Technology Division have expertise in various construction systems, housing issues, and technology policies; they oversee PATH's many research, dissemination, and policy activities. The NAHB Research Center is a major conduit for feedback from the private sector about PATH's activities. The Research Center has leveraged PATH resources with industrial funds to perform collaborative research projects, develop major dissemination tools, and increase general awareness of housing technology among members of the housing industry. Research Center staff include scientists, engineers, economists, architects, and planners.
American Housing Survey
National data collected every other year from a fixed sample of 50,000 homes including family composition, income, housing and neighborhood quality, housing costs, equipment, fuels, and size of housing unit.
State of the Cities
Data for individual metropolitan areas, central cities, and suburbs including demographic and economic characteristics of the population, unemployment rates, information on jobs, business establishments, and average pay, data on violent and property crime rates collected by the FBI, and local building permits.
U.S. Housing Market Conditions
This quarterly newsletter, published by HUD's Office of Policy Development and Research, provides current and comprehensive information on national and regional housing markets.
Technical information resource, a service of the NAHB Research Center, funded by private industry and HUD through PATH.
National Association of Home Builders
Resources for industry and consumers including state and local associations, and buying, building, and remodeling advice.
National Association of Realtors
This Web site provides research results, educational opportunities and current information on the housing market.
U.S. Census Bureau
Resource for social, demographic, and economic statistics.
Content updated on 6/9/2003
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