The 2020 Qualified Census Tracts (QCTs) and Difficult Development Areas (DDAs) are effective January 1, 2020. The 2020 designations use data from the 2010 Decennial census and three releases of 5-year tabulations from the American Community Survey (ACS): 2010-2014; 2011-2015; and 2012-2016. The designation methodology is explained in the federal Register notice published September 25, 2019. more »
The Federal Government's August 2014 Settlement with Bank of America gives credit to the Bank of America for specific investments in target areas.
This tool is to be used by applicants for the High Impact Neighborhoods grants category of the HUD Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes' Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction grant program to determine their potential eligibility and select their target area. more »
The purpose of the Section 811 Minority Concentration Analysis Tool is to allow PHAs to quickly assess whether a proposed site for new construction under Section 811 is or may be in an area of minority concentration. more »
This fiscal year, the NMTC Program is adding the Administration's "Promise Zone" initiative to the list of areas of higher distress in the NMTC Application in the category for Federal/State/Local Economic Zones. For the 2014 & 2015 NMTC Application, this map shows the overlap of current Promise Zone areas and eligible NMTC Census tracts. more »
This tool assists users to determine if an address falls into a tract that has an average poverty level of 20 percent or less to determine if a unit qualifies for the PBV percentage limit (program cap) 10 percent increase or the income-mixing requirement (project cap) 40 percent increase more »