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American Housing Survey for the United States in 1993 Presents data from the most recent national housing survey on the size and composition of the housing inventory, the characteristics of its occupants, new construction statistics, indicators of housing and neighborhood quality, and characteristics of recent movers. Available in two formats. June Book (ACCN-HUD6548), $5.00 ______ $________ Microdata Tape (ACCN-AVI0038), $100.00 ______ $________ American Housing Survey Metropolitan Area Studies 1993 Details housing characteristics of selected metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) surveyed every 4 years. August Boston (ACCN-HUD6609), $5.00 ______ $________ Detroit (ACCN-HUD6610), $5.00 ______ $________ Minneapolis-St. Paul (ACCN-HUD6625), $5.00 ______ $________ San Francisco-Oakland (ACCN-HUD6614), $5.00 ______ $________ San Jose (ACCN-HUD6618), $5.00 ______ $________ Tampa-St. Petersburg (ACCN-HUD6617), $5.00 ______ $________ Washington, D.C. (ACCN-HUD6570), $5.00 ______ $________ Estimated Median Family Incomes for Fiscal Year 1995 Lists annually adjusted estimates of the decile distribution of family income in every county, MSA, and primary MSA in the United States. National (ACCN-DOC2000), $20.00 ______ $________ State (ACCN-DOC2001), $5.00 ______ $________ specify State(s): _____________________________________________ 1995 Income Limits for "Low-Income" and "Very Low-Income" Families Under the Housing Act of 1937. Lists by family size the income limits used to determine eligibility for federally assisted housing; includes every county and MSA in the United States. National (ACCN-DOC2100), $25.00 ______ $________ State (ACCN-DOC2101), $5.00 ______ $________ specify State(s): _____________________________________________ Diskette (ACCN-AVI0041), $20.00 ______ $________ choose diskette size: __3.5 inches __5.25 inches U.S. Housing Market Conditions Presents essential data on housing and housing markets from up-to-date government and industry sources. 4th Quarter 1994. (ACCN-HUD6520), $5.00 ______ $________ 1st Quarter 1995. (ACCN-HUD6565), $5.00 ______ $________ 2nd Quarter 1995. (ACCN-HUD6759), $5.00 ______ $________ 3rd Quarter 1995. (ACCN-HUD6793), $5.00 ______ $________
Promoting Housing Choice in HUD's Rental Assistance Programs Explores the mobility of Section 8 recipients and the performance of eight metropolitan residential mobility programs. October (ACCN-HUD6696), $5.00 ______ $________ Section 8 Rental Voucher and Rental Certificate Utilization Study: Final Report Describes the characteristics, housing conditions, and search behavior of Section 8 enrollees. March (ACCN-HUD6505), $5.00 ______ $________
Alternative Framing Materials in Residential Construction: Three Case Studies Compares the cost competitiveness of three of the most promising commercially available building systems with conventional materials and techniques. (ACCN-HUD6512), $5.00 ______ $________ Alternatives to Lumber and Plywood in Home Construction Reviews basic information on innovative building materials and technologies that may be used in framing and sheathing residential structures. (ACCN-HUD6135), $5.00 ______ $________ Assessment of Damage to Residential Buildings Caused by the Northridge Earthquake Presents the findings of a structural damage survey of single-family and low-rise multifamily developments. April (ACCN-HUD6518), $5.00 ______ $________ Innovative Structural Systems for Home Construction: Wood Structural Insulated Panels and Insulating Concrete Forms Identifies various advantages and disadvantages of these alternative building technologies and recommends actions that would accelerate their acceptance by the residential building industry. (ACCN-HUD6853), $5.00 ______ $________ Performance of HUD-Assisted Properties During the January 17, 1994, Northridge Earthquake Analyzes the condition of HUD-affiliated multifamily residences that sustained damage in the Northridge earthquake. April (ACCN-HUD6494), $5.00 ______ $________ Preparing for the "Big One" -- Saving Lives Through Earthquake Mitigation in Los Angeles, California Discusses strategies for minimizing the human, physical, and economic toll of the next major earthquake in Los Angeles, and identifies gaps and deficiencies in current mitigation efforts. April (ACCN-HUD6533), $5.00 ______ $________ Steel Framed Residential Construction: Demonstration Homes Offers experience and observations on the use of steel framing in two demonstration homes, a custom home and a simpler, affordable home. (ACCN-HUD6852), $5.00 ______ $________
Federal Funds, Local Choices: An Evaluation of the Community Development Block Grant Program Provides a comprehensive evaluation of the activities, beneficiaries, and community impacts of the CDBG program. August Volume I report (ACCN-HUD6621), $5.00 ______ $________ Volume II methodological appendix (ACCN-HUD6623), $5.00 ______ $________ Regional Housing Opportunities for Lower Income Households: A Resource Guide to Affordable Housing and Regional Mobility Strategies Analyzes the design, implementation, and results of approximately 30 local, State, and Federal strategies for reducing regulatory and cost barriers to mobility and housing choice. March (ACCN-HUD6504), $5.00 ______ $________ A Study of the Success Rates of State CDBG Economic Development Loans Examines States' use of Community Development Block Grant loans to for-profit businesses as an economic development tool. December (ACCN-HUD6774), $5.00 ______ $________
National Evaluation of the Supportive Housing Demonstration Program Summarizes assessments of the two Supportive Housing Demonstration Programs -- the Transitional Housing Program and the Permanent Housing for the Handicapped Homeless Program. April (ACCN-HUD6545), $5.00 ______ $________ Review of the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Programs Administered by HUD Summarizes evaluations of HUD's six McKinney Act homeless assistance programs. April (ACCN-HUD6540), $5.00 ______ $________
Evaluation of the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage Insurance Demonstration Reports on the progress of the demonstration in encouraging participation among elderly homeowners and the private lending community. August (ACCN-HUD6606), $5.00 ______ $________
Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research Volume 1, Issue 2 Contains articles on factors influencing the economic health of U.S. urban areas, the relationships of central cities and their suburbs, and the Federal role in financing affordable multifamily housing. October (ACCN-HUD6717), $5.00 ______ $________ Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research Volume 1, Issue 3 Celebrates HUD's 30th anniversary of service with articles, interviews, and essays on the history and future of the agency. November (ACCN-HUD6776), $5.00 ______ $________ Defensible Space: Deterring Crime and Building Community Explores the use of defensible space concepts to discourage crime. Second in a series of essays by HUD Secretary Cisneros. March (ACCN-HUD6532), Free ______ $________ Empowerment: A New Covenant With America's Communities Presents President Clinton's urban policy, which emphasizes reconnecting poor people living in distressed communities to economic opportunities in the metropolitan marketplace. October (ACCN-HUD6716), $5.00 ______ $________ Regionalism: The New Geography of Opportunity Advocates regional strategies for addressing the consequences of suburbanization and structural economic change. Third in a series of essays by HUD Secretary Cisneros. June (ACCN-HUD6555), Free ______ $________ Status and Prospects of the Nonprofit Housing Sector Examines the contributions and capacity of the nonprofit housing development sector in meeting affordable housing and community development goals. October (ACCN-HUD6758), $5.00 ______ $________ The University and the Urban Challenge Encourages universities to use their diverse resources to become more involved in their communities. First in a series of essays by HUD Secretary Cisneros. March (ACCN-HUD6531), Free ______ $________ Urban Entrepreneurialism and National Economic Growth Examines proactive strategies for responding to the challenges and opportunities of structurally changing local and regional economies. Fourth in a series of essays by HUD Secretary Cisneros. December (ACCN-HUD6779), Free ______ $________ Urban Policy Brief No. 2: Homeownership and Its Benefits Reviews empirical evidence concerning the social, economic, and psychological impacts of homeownership, particularly for lower income Americans. November (ACCN-HUD6775), Free ______ $________
Guidelines for the Evaluation and Control of Lead-Based Paint Hazards in Housing Supplies the most recent Federal guidelines for evaluating and controlling lead-based paint hazards in federally assisted housing. October (Reproduction, ACCN-HUD6700), $45.00 ______ $________ Lead Abatement Training for Supervisors and Contractors Provides complete classroom materials for a 5-day training course developed for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on the technical, legal, management, and safety issues involved in lead abatement projects. November (ACCN-AVI6059), $330.00 ______ $________ Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessment Model Curriculum Includes complete materials for an EPA-sponsored model curriculum that prepares graduates of the Lead Inspector course for certification as lead-based paint risk assessors. November (ACCN-AVI6700), $330.00 ______ $________ Instructor Manual (ACCN-AVI6701), $30.00 ______ $________ Student Manual (ACCN-AVI6702), $25.00 ______ $________ Lead Hazard Risk Assessment Video Demonstrates lead paint sampling techniques; to be used with Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessment Model Curriculum. November (ACCN-AVI0049), $20.00 ______ $________ Lead Inspector Training: U.S. EPA Model Training Course Curriculum Provides complete materials for EPA-sponsored curriculum designed to train inspection professionals in the specific procedures and regulatory requirements for testing lead in public and Indian housing. November Instructor's Manual and Slides (ACCN-AVI6140), $115.00 ______ $________ Student Manual (ACCN-AVI6141), $5.00 ______ $________ Putting the Pieces Together: Controlling Lead Hazards in the Nation's Housing Contains recommendations of the national Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction and Financing Task Force sponsored by HUD and EPA. November Report (ACCN-HUD6649), $5.00 ______ $________ Executive Summary (ACCN-HUD6640), $5.00 ______ $________ Residential Lead-Based Paint Abatement Model Training Course Provides resource materials for teaching workers how to perform safe lead-based paint abatement activities without polluting the environment or exposing themselves and others to lead hazards. November (ACCN-AVI6500), $330.00 ______ $________ Student Manual (ACCN-AVI6501), $25.00 ______ $________ Toolbox Guide (ACCN-AVI6502), $3.00 ______ $________
The Location and Racial Composition of Public Housing in the United States Uses the newly created Public Housing Race and Location Data File to present a statistical snapshot of public housing residents and their neighborhoods. June (ACCN-HUD6557), $5.00 ______ $________
Making Housing Affordable: Breaking Down Regulatory Barriers -- A Self-Assessment Guide for States Outlines steps that States can take to identify and reduce regulatory barriers to affordable housing. June (ACCN-HUD6558), $5.00 ______ $________
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