Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD): Oversees home ownership, low-income housing assistance, fair housing laws, homelessness, aid for distressed neighborhoods, and housing development programs in the United States. Site provides details of HUD offices and programs, as well as resources for citizens, communities, contractors, local agencies, and researchers.
Council for Affordable and Rural Housing: A national advocacy and educational association for individuals and businesses involved in the financing, development and management of affordable rural housing.
HomeOwners for Better Building: Dedicated to helping homeowners resolve their construction defects, and exposing the use, abuse, and unfair tactics of binding arbitration in new home contracts.
Homeownership Alliance: Made up of groups and individuals interested in educating the public about issues related to housing and homeownership in the United States. Includes membership list and information, FAQ, press releases, and current projects.
Housing Assistance Council: Helps local organizations in rural America build affordable homes. Includes information about loans, technical assistance, training, links, publications and relevant articles.
Housing Policy Debate: Quarterly journal from Fannie Mae Foundation provides insightful discussion and original research on a broad range of housing and community development issues.
Joint Center for Housing Studies: The Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University analyzes the ways in which housing policy and practices are shaped by economic and demographic trends.
Housing: A Basic Human Right: A presentation by Ken Kimmelman, Barbara Buehler Anthony Romeo, and Dale Laurin, arguing that Aesthetic Realism explains America's housing crisis, the cause, and the solution.
NPR: Housing First: In this year-long special reporting project Housing First, NPR News explores the housing dilemmas of Americans with special needs -- and how lack of housing can stymy their efforts to join mainstream society.