Tokyo, Delhi, and Shanghai are the most populous urban agglomerations in the world; however, each is unique in its approach to urban planning and design.
Opening Doors: The Federal Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness set a goal to end homelessness among youth by 2020. The federal government has been working over the past several years to begin implementing this plan.
In this column, Martin Nee, Director of the Regional Management and Technical Support Division in HUD’s Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control, talks about the new HUD Secretary Awards for Healthy Homes.
Maintaining an adequate supply of affordable housing is among HUD’s main priorities, which the agency strives to achieve through a number of policies and programs.
In the historic African American community of Baptist Town in Greenwood, Mississippi, 10 families recently realized the dream of homeownership with Baptist Town Cottages.
The USHMC website contains all the national, regional, state, metropolitan, and local data and analysis in one location. You may search by geography to obtain all the reports available for a particular area.
Residents of Indian Country face a diverse set of housing challenges, including overcrowding, high cost burdens, and a lack of affordable, high-quality housing options for both renters and homeowners (see "Obstacles, Solutions, and Self-Determination in Indian Housing Policy").
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