Santa Fe Data—Housing, Real Estate, Local Statistics and Reports
The new Housing and Urban Development site (HUD) combines local Santa Fe real estate data with local economic statistics. Local (Santa Fe), regional (Santa Fe County and other New Mexico counties) and general Statewide data from a wide range of government sources.
The local data comes from U.S. Census Bureau, the Labor Department and HUD data, as well as statistics from state and local municipalities as well as “housing industry sources”, according to the announcement from HUD. Please visit their site here to seem more specifics.
Here, using a simple pull down menu you can access some of the market data specifically about Santa Fe real estate, housing, labor statistics and so forth—their “Market at a Glance” page.
While you can’t find this weeks “Santa Fe Arts” openings—(this is not “Pasatiempo”)–the HUD site does offer an interactive map of the U.S., divided into major regions. You can drill down to county-level data too.
Major catagories for the site:
1. Market at a Glance reports: Economic and housing market data trends for county and metro areas, with monthly employment data. This is to be updated regularly.
2. Regional housing market profiles: Employment, population and construction stats.
3. Regional narratives: Economic and housing market trends within 10 U.S. regions. These are rather detailed PDF documents on each larger region, i.e. Southwest Region. You can download the latest quarter’s report for the Southwest Region at this part of the site.
4. Comprehensive housing market analysis: City-specific housing market reports prepared by HUD field economists.