Residential Building Loads: Review and Roadmap for Future Progress compiles existing and changing knowledge and identifies needs in regard to improving the accuracy and application of structural loads for the purpose of efficient residential building design. In recent years, the application of structural loads for residential building design has seen increased use. This committee report is intended to serve as both a technical resource and a roadmap for coordination of future research and implementation of efforts. As a technical resource, this report identifies and reviews existing knowledge on 14 topics related to design loads for residential building applications. As a roadmap, this document provides strategic recommendations to address technical and functional needs. The scope of the work focuses on issues and knowledge relevant to one- and two-family dwellings as well as manufactured housing. This committee report will be beneficial to structural engineers, contractors, researchers, and all others involved in residential building and design.