The following links provide local and national housing related
America's Rental Housing: Evolving
Markets and Needs
The Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies publishes this
report every other year.
Fact Sheet: Environmental Benefits of Affordable Housing
A fact sheet outlining the data of the environmental
benefits of the renovation of existing affordable housing.
Florida Housing Data Clearinghouse (FHDC)
Provides public access to
data about housing needs and supply, subsidized rental housing and household demographics
in Florida communities.
Housing Affordability Data System (HADS)
HADS is a set of
housing-unit level datasets that measure the affordability of housing units and the housing
cost burdens of households, relative to area median incomes, poverty level incomes,
and fair market rents.
Housing Opportunity Index (HOI)
Data from metro levels, to regional
listings, to national reports. Learn how the interest rate affects housing affordability.
Search the resources which are compiled by title, detail, or date.
Housing Price Index
The Federal Housing Finance
Agency publishes quarterly broad measures of the movement of single-family house
prices whose mortgages have been purchased or securitized by Fannie Mae of Freddie
Housing Vacancies and Homeownership
Browse the most recent data on the housing vacancies and
homeownership data of the U.S. Census Bureau.
Analyzes the costs of affordable multifamily rental housing.
Most Affordable States to Rent (Interactive
Hover over each state to see its housing wage, median income and fair market
National Housing Preservation Database
Created by the Public and
Affordable Housing Research Corporation (PAHRC) and the National Low Income Housing
Coalition (NLIHC) in an effort to provide communities with the information they need to
effectively preserve their stock of public and affordable housing.
National and State Housing Data Fact Sheets
Center on Budget
and Policy Priorities publishes fact sheets that include state-specific data on the
families that Housing Choice Vouchers help, the cuts in voucher assistance and the
incidence of homelessness and other severe affordable housing needs in each state.
Rental Housing: The National Data Infrastructure
Learn more about the national
preservation data infrastructure project and click a state on the map to find out more
information. This project was a joint effort from Shimberg Center for Housing Studies and
Florida Housing Finance Corporation.
Florida Data Warehouse Online mapping and analysis tool; offers the first
parcel-level land-use database using a unified scheme for all seven counties and 120
State of the Nation's Housing
Joint Center for Housing Studies' annual report which asses the housing and foreclosure
markets, housing demand, mortgage finance and affordable housing.
U.S. Census Bureau -American Housing Survey
metropolitan area data on apartments, single-family homes, mobile homes, vacant residential
units, household characteristics, income, housing and neighborhood quality, housing costs,
and size of housing units.
U.S. Census Bureau –Housing Characteristics
report on data from the 2010 census that highlights housing characteristics from 2000 and
2010 in the nation, regions, states, metropolitan areas, counties and ten most populous
U.S. Census Bureau -Housing Topics
Data organized by topics such as financial, physical and vacancies.
U.S. Census -Rental Housing Finance Survey
A biennial survey
designed to collect data on the financial, mortgage, and property characteristics of
multifamily rental housing properties in the United States.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Office of
Policy Development and Research (PD&R)
Current information on housing needs,
market conditions, and existing programs as well as research data housing and community
U.S. Housing Market Conditions
published by HUD. Includes current and historical national data and trends as well as an
overview of trends in 10 regional areas.
Florida Housing Data
Clearinghouse provides the data regarding workforce housing in Florida community
including the comparison of wages to rents and home-ownership costs.
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