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Maps & Data

Tailoring strategies for foreclosure recovery requires reliable data on mortgage lending activity, foreclosures, and other neighborhood conditions. The mapping tools and datasets provided below can help policymakers make informed decisions about targeting resources for stronger results.

Lending & Foreclosure

Metropolitan Serious Delinquency Rates
Indicators and rankings of seriously delinquent mortgages (i.e., 90 days or more past due or in foreclosure) and foreclosure inventories for each metropolitan area. data and guidance

Foreclosure Risks
Which ZIP Codes are hardest hit by foreclosures, relative to the state or metro area. Foreclosure risk is based on subprime lending, mortgage delinquencies, foreclosures, and vacancies. maps | data and guidance

High-Cost Mortgage Lending
Historic data on high-cost mortgage lending at the state, county, city, and census tract level show one element of foreclosure risk. Indicators are derived from the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) data. maps | data and guidance


Data on Neighborhood Conditions

Market Strength and Foreclosure Risk
Identify census tracts within any metropolitan area by their combined foreclosure risk and housing market strength. These data help match areas to suitable strategies. Extensive guidance is provided. data and guidance

Housing Markets

Housing Market Conditions
Learn more about housing market strength through data on the volume and median value of home mortgage loans. Data are available at the state, county, city, and census tract level.
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HUD/USPS Vacancy Data
Vacancy data from the U.S. Postal Service provide another window into housing market strength. The data link will take you to the HUD USER website. data on HUD USER