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Data Resource List

AUDITOR’S DATA


Searching for delinquent taxes on lands, lots, or parts of lots that will be certified for foreclosure by the County Auditor can help establish a list of potential abandoned and foreclosed properties that can be used for NSP eligible activities. The following website is the Directory of County Auditors for the State of Ohio: http://caao.org/DIRECTORY/

UTILITY COMPANIES


Searching for long term delinquent utility (water, sewer, electric etc.) bills on single family through multi-unit housing may indicate abandoned, vacant or foreclosed properties. The following website is the major utility providers for the State of Ohio:

http://www.puco.ohio.gov/PUCO/Consumer/Information.cfm?id=6430.* Statewide Maps and GIS Data based on telephone, gas and water utilities will tell you the utility providers are in your county: http://www.puco.ohio.gov/PUCO/GIS/.


  • Limitations: in some areas utility records only include account numbers and not addresses. Another barrier can be the inability to correlate shut-off dates with vacancy dates.

POVERTY


Researching for the poverty rates based on counties can be use as a variable to determine the amount of distress within a county. The following website is the 2007 Ohio Poverty Report from the Ohio’s Department of Development: http://www.development.ohio.gov/cms/uploadedfiles/Research/p700000000(1).pdf.

SHERIFF SALES


Searching the foreclosure properties within the Sheriff’s Sales can establish a list of properties that currently can be used for NSP eligible activities as well as determining distress areas within the county. The following website is the Sheriff’s By County for the State of Ohio: http://www.buckeyesheriffs.org/Ohio%20Sheriffs.htm.

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES


Researching for the unemployment rates based on counties can be use as a variable to determine the amount of distress within a county. The following website is the 2007 Annual Average Ranking of Ohio County Unemployment Rates: http://lmi.state.oh.us/laus/CLFE/AnnualAverages/2007Ranking.pdf.

MORTGAGE STATISTICS


Searching for the mortgage statistics based on counties can be use as a variable to determine the amount of distress within a county. The some statistics can also help track a list of potential abandoned and foreclosed properties that can be used for NSP eligible activities. The following websites are:
HUD Provided Local Level Data for the Neighborhood Stabilization Program – http://www.huduser.org/DATASETS/nsp_foreclosure_data.html
United States Postal Service (USPS)/ HUD Aggregated USPS Administrative Data on Address Vacancies – http://www.huduser.org/DATASETS/usps.html
United States Postal Service (USPS)/ Ohio Counties only of HUD Aggregated USPS Administrative Data on Address Vacancies – http://development.ohio.gov/cdd/ohcp/NeighborhoodStabilizationProgram.htm*
United States Postal Service (USPS)/ HUD Data Dictionary for HUD Aggregated USPS Administrative Data – http://development.ohio.gov/cdd/ohcp/NeighborhoodStabilizationProgram.htm
Policy Matters Ohio (new foreclosure filings by county, 2008)

Foreclosure Growth in Ohio 2008 – http://www.policymattersohio.org/ForeclosureGrowthOhio2008.htm


Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) – http://www.ffiec.gov/hmdaadwebreport/aggwelcome.aspx


  • Limitations: take note vacancies according to the 2008 USPS are addresses that delivery staff on urban routes have identified as being vacant (not collecting their mail) for 90 days or longer. No-Status vacancies according to the 2008 USPS have many reasons an address can be classified as No-Stat, including: rural route addresses vacant for 90 days or longer, addresses for businesses or homes under construction and not yet occupied or addresses in urban areas identified by a carrier as not likely to be active for some time.

DECLINE POPULATION


Researching for the declining population rates based on counties can be use as a variable to determine the amount of distress within a county. The following websites are:
U.S. Census Bureau – http://www.census.gov/*
Ohio County Indicators: ODOD Policy Research and Strategic Planning Office – http://development.ohio.gov/Research/files/s101.pdf


  • Limitations: the 2000 U.S. Census being older data may not be relevant to your research. Take note vacancies according to the 2000 Census includes: for rent, for sale only, rented or sold (not-occupied), for migrant workers and other vacant properties.

OBSOLESCENCE of the HOUSING STOCK


Researching the aging of stock properties may track a list of potential abandoned and foreclosed properties that can be used for NSP eligible activities. The following websites are from the Ohio Department of Taxation of Real Property Taxable Value and Delinquent Taxes and the U.S. Census Bureau:
Under Real Property Only Section: Real Property Valuation-Taxable Value of Real Property by Class of Property and County – http://tax.ohio.gov/divisions/tax_analysis/tax_data_series/publications_tds_property.stm#RealPropertyOnly*
Under All Property Taxes Section: Delinquent Property Taxes, by County – http://tax.ohio.gov/divisions/tax_analysis/tax_data_series/publications_tds_property.stm#RealPropertyOnly*
U.S. Census Bureau – http://www.census.gov/**



** Limitations: the 2000 U.S. Census being older data may not be relevant to your research. Take note vacancies according to the 2000 Census includes: for rent, for sale only, rented or sold (not-occupied), for migrant workers and other vacant properties.

DEMOGRAPHIC, HOUSING MARKET & OTHER DATA


The Ohio’s County Profiles provides an overview on the property taxes, amount and types of housing units, population, poverty levels, labor force etc. within each county. The profiles can be used as initial research towards discovering your counties distress areas: http://www.odod.state.oh.us/research/files/s0.htm.


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