The Data Dashboard
The community development data dashboard provides insight into economic and housing conditions and trends in low- and moderate-income (LMI) communities. Some data sets are available for neighborhoods, while others show data at the borrower or household level. Often, this kind of information is presented for a city, region, state, or the U.S. as a whole. By reporting trends and conditions by income category this resource can help shed light on the experiences of LMI communities within a given geography.
Featured Data Tools
The Consumer Credit Explorer (CCE) is an interactive tool for examining trends in consumer credit use at the regional, state, and national levels.
Updated: 06 Oct ’22
This refreshed tool offers an easy way to view local trends in mortgage lending between 2010 and 2021. Find data for home purchase, refinance, and home improvement mortgages, and visualize trends by applicant income, gender, and race and ethnicity.
Updated: 18 May ’23
The Rental Housing Affordability data tool enables users to examine trends in rental housing affordability in Third District states from 2011 to 2018.
Updated: 26 Oct ’20
The Community Development and Regional Outreach Department has compiled information on each region within the Third Federal Reserve District and has developed a suite of materials that the department calls community profiles.
Updated: 18 Jul ’23
The dashboard organizes the metrics from the Third Federal Reserve District into issue areas that include overall prosperity, quality job creation, education and workforce development, and infrastructure and affordable housing.
Updated: 23 Jan ’19
The Occupational Mobility Explorer allows users to examine how workers’ skills could transfer to similar — but higher-paying — occupations. Findings are available for the 33 largest U.S. metropolitan areas.
Updated: 14 Dec ’20
Explore the economic impact of anchor institutions in 524 regions across the U.S. The reliance index demonstrates how dependent regional economies are on these institutions and provides a measure of the national average.
Updated: 27 Sep ’22