ASSESSMENT OF FAIR HOUSING SURVEY

Thank you for your interest in the North Texas Regional Housing Assessment (NTRHA). The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) Research Team is working with participating local housing authorities and cities, interested parties, and the public to assess fair housing challenges. Ultimately, we hope to provide guidance to program participants in furthering fair housing but to do so we need your input.

Your voice matters! Please take a few minutes to complete as thoroughly as possible the attached short survey. Your answers and opinions will be incorporated into a final report that will be completed in summer of 2018. For additional questions or comments, please contact NTRHA at 817-272-6767 or afh.uta@gmail.com

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    Housing Affordability (monthly cost)
    Housing Availability (range of unit size)
    Special Accommodation(s) (disability, other)
    Housing quality
    Other
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    public meetings
    fair housing literature/information in public libraries and municipal centers
    television advertisements/announcements
    radio advertisements/announcements
    bilingual advertisements/announcements
    information on public entity (City, County, Housing Authority) websites
    other (please specify)
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    Affordability
    Reliability
    Accessibility near house and work
    Serviced areas
    Hours of Service
    Time to reach destinations
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    Low poverty neighborhood
    Safety
    Access to quality education
    Racially-integrated neighborhood
    Economically-integrated neighborhood
    Access to jobs
    Transportation options and affordability
    Other
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