Data points and visualizations
Visualizing the data (points)
This tool allows you to explore the range of data that is generally available to help you analyze your local housing needs.
Using New York City data as an example, it shows how you can display that data using figures, tables, and maps (referred to as visualizations.) The tool also provides detail on where to find the data you need to create the visualizations. The visualizations are organized by topics: adequacy of housing production, dedicated affordable housing stock, homeownership affordability, housing stock characteristics, neighborhood variations, rental affordability, and rental stock for seniors.
Adequacy of housing production
Dedicated affordable housing
Housing stock characteristics
Renter share of households
Index of real median gross rent and real median renter income
Moderately and severely rent burdened households
Share of renter households moderately or severely rent burdened by income
Composition of renter households and affordable units by income
Number of affordable units by income bracket