HOUSING RESOURCE & DATA CENTER
The Housing Resource & Data Center is a hub for policy research and data visualization on topics related to housing and community development.
Houston Data Sources
These maps are updated quarterly and reflect the current status of Houston. You can search your address or by zipcode to learn more about your community.
Houston Data Sources
The resources listed provide research and available data from research and government organizations.
Downloadable Data Sets
The following datasets can be downloaded and manipulated.
Organizations across the city and the state regularly publish research, create interactive tools, and promote housing policy approaches.
Research and Advocacy Centers
Media & Industry Resources
Research centers often publish reports to the public. These reports are excellent resources for graphics and accessible analysis of issues in housing and community development.
|Creating Geospatial Data and Analytics for Disaster Recovery Planning||HCDD GIS Studio||July 13-16, 2020||View|
|The 2019 Kinder Houston Area Survey: Tracking Responses to the Economic and Demographic Transformations of 38 Years of Houston Surveys||Kinder Institute for Urban Research||May, 2019||View|
|Houston Area Economic Summary (2019)||U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics||October 2, 2019||View|
|Houston-Galveston Area Council Fair Housing Equity Assessment||Houston-Galveston Area Council||View|
|Comprehensive Housing Market Analysis – Houston, TX||U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development||April 1, 2018||View|
|Where Families with Children Use Housing Vouchers||Center on Budget and Policy Priorities: Poverty & Race Research Action Council||January 3, 2019||View|
|Commercial Corridor Analysis Houston||Reinvestment Fund||June, 2017||View|
|Market Value Analysis Houston||Reinvestment Fund||April, 2017||View|
|Neighborhood Gentrification Across Harris County: 1990-2016||Kinder Institute for Urban Research||View|
|Equity Profile of the Houston-Galveston Region||PolicyLink||June, 2013||View|
Newspapers and magazines regularly publish articles that highlight our work or the work of similar organizations. They can provide great insights on housing issues in Houston.
|Article Title||Article Authors||Publication||View|
|What if we spent billions to improve access instead of gridlock?||Andy Olin||Kinder Institute for Urban Research||View|
|These Are The Best Free Open Data Sources Anyone Can Use||Hiren Patel||Free Code Camp||View|
|Net-zero energy homes have arrived — and are shaking up the US housing market||Noah Higgins-Dunn||CNBC||View|
|Houston Real Estate 2020 Forecast||Page Martin||Houston Properties||View|
|We shouldn’t let this disaster go to waste||Nate Cherry||Kinder Institute for Urban Research||View|
|Guide to New Construction Residential Condos in Houston||Paige Martin||Houston Properties||View|
|Commercial real estate in Houston seen struggling for months to come||Katherine Feser and R.A. Schuetz||Houston Chronicle||View|