Research & Data

Homeownership, Equity, and Neighborhood Stabilization: Exploring the Issues


Relevant Publications

Vacancy, Blight, and Distress

Segregation, Poverty, and Inequality

The Value of "Middle Neighborhoods"

Rental vs. Homeownership

Leadership and Promising Approaches

Current Federal Funding Relevant to NHIA

 


Maps

To access NHIA, neighborhood (census tract) would have to satisfy the following three criteria: 

-Tract poverty rate >130% of area poverty rate

-Tract median family income < 80% of area median family income

-Tract median home value < 100% of area median home value

The maps below detail NHIA eligibility by census tract in several major US Metro Areas. 


Michigan

Map of NHIA-eligible census tracts in greater Detroit [PDF, 1.2 MB] 

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Ohio


Louisiana

Map of NHIA-eligible census tracts in greater New Orleans [PDF, 3.1 MB]

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GEORGIA


Maryland

Map of NHIA-eligibile census tracts in greater Baltimore [PDF, 2.7 MB]

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DELAWARE