This paper presents an original methodology that has been developed for the landslide damage assessment of either masonry or reinforced concrete ordinary buildings at the intermediate to small scale. After a brief introduction of the Load Path Method used for the analysis of the crack patterns, new survey damage forms are introduced. The forms are completed when a damage grade is assigned to each building within the region under study. Moreover, the analysis of the crack patterns makes it possible to select those buildings that are likely damaged by foundation settlements in order to create a landslide damage geotechnical chart. This chart includes the geomorphological map of the town under study, the damage grade of the buildings and the direction of the possible settlements. The application of the methodology to a territorial cell from the south of Italy is also reported.