Collect Detailed Neighborhood Data

  • William Duncan
Part of the Housing production manual book series (HPM)


To plan your project well and to attract funding to it, you must do a careful and systematic preselection of neighborhoods and available housing stock. If neighborhoods are in the process of severe decay and houses are too deteriorated to be economically salvaged, then your efforts may be wasted. In addition, it is important to know the readiness of residents to participate in the project. It is naive to assume that everyone will eagerly accept your plans, even in the face of severe need. Some of the tasks below are optional, depending upon which production models look feasible and how much good data can be obtained from other sources.


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