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Welcome to eGIS: HUD's Enterprise Geographic Information Systems Portal


GIS applications open to all


Is your business in an Empowerment Zone? If so, you may qualify for tax credits and other incentives.


View maps of Real-Estate Owned (REO) properties for sale, Revitalization Areas (RA), Asset Control Areas (ACA), and Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) target areas.


Identify your community's needs through mapping current grant activities, local housing market and economic data, Census data, and other data sources, and see homeless grant planning data.


Identify tribes and provide appropriate tribal contact information to assist with initiating Section 106 consultation.


Mapping HUD's American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) grants. This mapping application, hosted by USDA, allows you to see where HUD's recovery grants are being targeted.


The QCT Locator allows users to identify whether a specific address is located in a Qualified Census Tract (QCT) for purposes of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. The Locator also provides information explaining why the tract was or was not designated a QCT.


This tool allows applicants for the Choice Neighborhoods program to identify a customized area where they would target Choice Neighborhoods funds and to electronically submit that area to HUD. The tool also generates a PDF report for the custom geography with data relevant for program design.


This tool assists Rural Fund applicants to prepare data to submit with their grant application by allowing applicants to draw the exact location of their target neighborhood.


This tool was created in March 2010 to allow NSP1 grantees to identify Census Tracts being targeted with NSP1 funds and to electronically submit those Census Tracts to HUD. NSP1 grantees, unlike NSP2 grantees, were not required to do this in their application.


This tool was created in June 2009 for NSP2 applicants to identify Census Tracts where they would target NSP2 funds and to electronically submit a list of those Census Tracts to HUD. NSP2 applicants were required to submit these areas with their application.


This tool was created in December 2010 for NSP3 grantees to identify the areas where they would target NSP3 funds and to electronically submit those areas to HUD. Unlike the NSP1 and NSP2 mapping tools, the NSP3 mapping tool allows users to draw a custom geography. It also generates a PDF report for the custom geography with data relevant for program design.

GIS applications open to HUD employees only


Address validation, standardization, and geocoding. (HUD employees only)


View maps of Real-Estate Owned (REO) properties in all case steps, Revitalization Areas (RA), Asset Control Areas (ACA), and Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) target areas.


HUD Employees and Contractors can view maps regarding any one of the following: Disaster Planning, Community Information, Housing Values, Public Housing and Multi-Family Projects.


GOT IT! the GIS Operational Tool Integrating Technologies - enables all HUD staff to access and integrate over 50 current and live GIS data layers to identify, illustrate and tackle real world housing and community issues from the neighborhood, city, state and national perspectives. GOT IT! was developed in the field to meet the needs of the field.


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