Housing Markets

Housing markets and their intricate relationship with neighborhood conditions and economic growth, have been of growing interest since the foreclosure crisis. NNIP partners have looked at housing market data to track and fight the spread of blight, examine the effects of foreclosures on our communities, and strategically target new areas for community investment.


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