Out of Reach: The National Low Income Housing Coalition site provides annual data down to the county level that documents the gap between renters’ wages and the cost of rental housing.
NLIHC Housing Research Repository: The Housing Research Repository includes summaries of notable research studies and reports on topics related to affordable housing from universities, non-profit policy and research organizations, and government institutions.
State and City Funded Rental Housing Programs: The National Low Income Housing Coalition undertook a study in 2014 to identify the extent to which states and the largest U.S. cities use their own revenues to fund low income rental housing programs and created a database of 313 active programs.
The Eviction Lab: The Eviction Lab at Princeton University has built the first nationwide database of evictions. The site enables users to find out how many evictions happen in their community and to create custom maps, charts, and reports.
National Housing Preservation Database: The NHPD is an address-level inventory of federally assisted rental housing in the U.S. created by the Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation and the National Low Income Housing Coalition.
The Opportunity Atlas: Which neighborhoods in America offer children the best chance to rise out of poverty? The Opportunity Atlas answers this question using anonymous data following 20 million Americans from childhood to their mid-30s.
HomeArea: HomeArea.com is a neighborhood and real estate resource for consumers and researchers, with extensive "home area" reports for over 29,000 United States cities that contain Census data dating back to 1790.