Housing is a basic human right in developed societies. Accessibility to good quality housing is, therefore, one of the fundamental features of a developed society. It is a crucial indicator of poverty and inequality. When one does not have proper housing, they cannot adequately take care of their health or attain a decent level of education; as a result, this hinders their economic and social mobility. The lack of access to proper housing leads to housing inequality. Housing inequality is the difference in the quality of housing among different social and economic classes of a society.