Existing Curated Lists of Housing Data
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Type of SourceType of PublisherAgency/Entity Publishing DataNameURL(s)Description Point of ContactSan Francisco Points of Interest
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Search Federal Data.govData.govData.govUse the centralized federal data sets platform to search for keywords, such as "housing"
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Search Federal Google Google experimental open data set search tool
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Publisher(s) with extensive housing dataFederal Data.govData.gov U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) data setshttp://catalog.data.gov/organization/hud-govHUD's catalog of open data on Data.gov
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Publisher(s) with extensive housing dataFederal Data.govData.gov data sets related to consumer housing decision-makinghttp://catalog.data.gov/dataset?_vocab_category_all_limit=0&groups=consumer9350&vocab_category_all=Housing+and+Community&_groups_limit=0A sub-set of Data.gov federal open data sets that are relevant for consumer decisions related to housing and community (e.g., where to rent or buy a home).
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Publisher(s) with extensive housing dataFederal Data.govFinance.Data.gov: Federal finance sets (includes housing finance)https://www.data.gov/financeIncludes data sets related to financial services, including data sets related to housing finance (e.g., mortgages, affordable housing finance).
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Publisher(s) with extensive housing dataFederal Data.govFederal APIs, some related to housinghttps://www.data.gov/developers/apisThis is a roundup of APIs across the federal government. The list is not long so you can skim the entire thing, or look for specific agencies (e.g., HUD or FHFA)
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Specific data setFederal U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)HUD Housing Counselor Websitehttp://data.hud.gov/housing_counseling.htmlAllows searching by name, city, state, and current location to find information regarding Housing Counseling Agencies.
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Single publisher with extensive housing dataFederal U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)HUD Data.json open data inventoryhttp://hud.gov/data.jsonStandardized federal open data inventory for HUD
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Single publisher with extensive housing dataFederal Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA)Data.gov FHFA cataloghttp://catalog.data.gov/organization/fhfa-govFHFA's catalog of open data on Data.gov (Background on data.json standard: http://project-open-data.github.io/metadata-resources/)
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Single publisher with extensive housing dataFederal Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA)FHFA data.json open data inventoryhttp://fhfa.gov/data.jsonStandardized federal open data inventory for FHFA. (Background on data.json standard: http://project-open-data.github.io/metadata-resources/)
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Specific data setFederal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) datahttp://www.consumerfinance.gov/hmda/In 2012, there were 18.7 million HMDA records from 7,400 financial institutions. It’s a view of the mortgage market, an important part of the American economy.
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Curated listNonprofit/FoundationsUrban InstituteNational Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP) Directory of Local Data Partnershttp://www.neighborhoodindicators.org/data-tech/nnip-data-inventoryNNIP local partners maintain information systems with recurrently updated data on various neighborhood conditions in their cities for community planning and action. Twice a year, the partners report on their data holdings, including the sources, dates, and geography of their files. The network uses this information for internal planning and to understand the national patterns in data availability. In addition, organizations negotiating with their local government agencies for particular data sources have strengthened their argument by showing that a number of organizations in other cities have access to the files.http://www.neighborhoodindicators.org/partner/174
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Curated listNonprofit/FoundationsUrban InstituteNational Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP) Inventory of Major Community Data Resourceshttp://www.neighborhoodindicators.org/data-tech/sourcesData collection and analysis are essential parts of NNIP's work. Explore the pages below to see how NNIP partners are using these data sources in their local communities. We'll list additional data sources as our partners add new examples, so check back often. If you are interested in data sources not listed here, use the site's general search box.
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Curated listNonprofit/FoundationsInfoAlemeda CountyInfoAlameda Countyhttp://www.infoalamedacounty.org/Data catalog and data mapping and exploration platform for Alameda county. Steve Spiker, Director of Research & Technology for the Urban Strategies Council (it@urbanstrategies.org)This is the closest regional data portal related to community /housing data to San Francisco.
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Curated listNonprofit/FoundationsCommunity LinkCommunity Link data resourceshttp://communitylinkcr.org/Sacramento community / housing open data resource. "Community Link is a nonprofit organization that acts as a research and data intermediary for health and human services data, resources information, and community social trends."
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