How can data help
with setting neighborhood priorities?
Appropriate solutions for neighborhoods depend on their market strength as well as their level of foreclosure risk. This new section features downloadable tools to help communities use LISC's Foreclosure Risk Scores and Housing Market Index to compare census tracts in a metropolitan area and choose the right policies for the right places.
Maps are available for the foreclosure risk scores and housing market index.
have high foreclosure risks?
Access data indicating the level of foreclosure risk in your community. This section features LISC's Foreclosure Risk Scores -- a composite measure combining data on subprime lending, foreclosures, and mortgage delinquencies. It also provides access to HMDA data on high-cost loans.
Maps are now available for LISC Scores and HMDA data. Intrastate and Intrametropolitan LISC Scores are available for September 2012.
How severe are mortgage delinquencies in our metro area?
Access data on the share of mortgages in each U.S. metropolitan area that is seriously delinquent -- either 90 or more days past due or currently in foreclosure. These data suggest how severe the level of future foreclosures will be for metro areas nationwide. Mortgage delinquency data are available for September 2012.
Interactive mapping is not available for these data.
What market data can we use to inform our policy response?
Access data about your local housing market that can help you craft appropriate policy solutions for neighborhoods with high foreclosure rates (or with a high risk of instability).
Maps are available for HMDA data for 2010 and for a new LISC Housing Market Index.