Is the Department of Housing and Urban Development website easy to use?


Quick Answer

Information on HUD.gov, the website of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, is organized in a way that makes it relatively easy to navigate. Information is available using search criteria by state, by topic area or by target audience.

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On HUD.gov, the search tool is located prominently at the top of the home page, allowing search criteria input. Major site categories are listed just under the search tool, across the top of the page. For instance, the State Info tab allows searches by state, while the Audiences tab allows searches by status as a landlord, renter or home buyer. The Topic Areas tab is another useful tool that allows easy access to information.

The I Want To feature enables quick access to information regarding frequently asked questions, such as how to buy a home, how to obtain a housing choice voucher, or how to file a complaint. Any of these search criteria gateways provides easy access to information available on the HUD website.

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