|file photo of a house in Greensboro|
The survey asks questions like why participants chose their current neighborhood, what attempts to buy or rent housing has been like, if respondents have been discriminated against, perceptions and more.
The Piedmont Triad Regional Council aims to "promote livable communities resulting in a sustainable future" and is pursuing this area research with the help of a grant from a US housing and urban development department grant. Sills Consulting is a father-son team: Mark Sills, who headed the nonprofit FaithAction International House, and Stephen Sills, a sociology professor at UNC Greensboro who has been active with the Refugee & Immigrant Network of Guilford.
Click here to take the survey.
Participants will be entered to win an iPod Touch or a $250 Apple Store gift card.