Housing has played a vital role in maintenance and reproduction of human life. The house is not only a physical place but also has psychological, sociological, and symbolic value for people in their individual and social being. House / home exist in environmental and cultural context that effects human beings' relationships, behaviors, norms, and values in their living environments. Values and social meanings, including conceptions of the self depend n one's social world. The house, as commodity, has been tied to notions of individuality and self-actualization in community. People and their evironments are an integral and inseparable unit, and temporal qualities are intrinsic to people-environment transaction, so that homes are conceived of as a dynamic confluence of people, places, and psychological processes. Much of the work has focused on understanding the ecological context of behavior and the transactions between people and places that behavior or health effects of environmental condition are mediated by stiuational factors. Several sociological and epidemiological studies on housing environment, residential mobility and health have found that physical, and socio-cultural environment affects personal and family well_being. New research methods can be developed about people residential environments interaction for improving quality of housings and well-being.