Housing Market Conditions
Data on market conditions include data from 2010, the most recent available, on the number of home purchase loans per 1,000 1-4 family housing units, the median home purchase loan amount for 1-4 family housing units, and the number of investor home purchase loans per 1,000 1-4 family housing units. These data can help to develop a clearer picture of market potential after housing markets began to decline nationally. Click the "Details" button in the map's header for more information.
- Video guide: Watch a "how to" video to learn about using the interactive maps.
- Choose a location: To map these data, enter a location in the search box below. Searching by any level of geography will produce a map with an outline around the area selected.
- Data layers: You may change the data layer to show the density of home purchase loans, the median loan amount, the density of investor loans, or the LISC housing market index by positioning your cursor over the HMDA Market Conditions button to the left of the map.
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- Other maps: Looking for other data? Maps are also available for LISC Foreclosure Risk Scores at the ZIP Code level and High-Cost Purchase Loans & Census Tract Level Foreclosure Data.