The following material provide some useful links for scholars researching housing characteristics, foreclosures, and mortgages.
|Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC)||Provides a variety of reports required by mortgage disclosure regulations. Disaggregation into loan types and Federal program types are available.||Click the "Reports" link on the navigation toolbar to see a variety of report types. The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act section provides quantitative information on mortgages for Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs), provided as PDFs.|
|HUD User||Contains research and data about housing and related government initiatives.||See the "Data Sets" section for survey information, Government Sponsored Enterprise (GSE) information, and current Federal housing policy.|
|National Delinquency Survey (Mortgage Banker Association, via DataStream)||Provides quarterly delinquency and foreclosure statistics at the national, regional, and state levels. Loan types and degrees of delinquency are disaggregated.
||Can only be accessed through DataStream at the Ford Library.
|U.S. Credit Conditions (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)||A variety of mortgage indicators and household debt and credit statistics by state and county. Also provides external links to economic data sources. Limited time series data.||Use the provided web application to explore the data graphically. Data can be downloaded as Excel spreadsheets. Each tab provides a different type of information.|
|Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HDMA)||Informational resource for home mortgage regulation and gateway to statistical information.||See the FFIEC site to obtain data.|
|Realtor.org Research site||
Provides recent market analysis, reports, and some statistical information
From the main page, click the "Research" tab to the right. Some statistics are available, see individual reports for availability.
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