Land parcel data (also known as cadastral data) provides
geographically referenced information about the rights, interests, and
ownership of land and are an important part of the financial, legal, and real
estate systems of society. The data are used by governments to make decisions
about land d...
Neighborhood-level information is critical to HUD’s mission
to provide quality, affordable homes located in strong, sustainable, inclusive
communities. This feasibility study has charted new territory for HUD in an
effort to develop a national database of standardized parcel-level (property)
Digital Map Products collects and maintains the foundational property and parcel data for almost every county in the nation. Digital Map Products has produced an assessment of Hurricane Harvey's impact on all 5.2 million properties in 59 Texas and 14 Louisiana counties.The data can be used to help a...
Government agencies are responsible for improving the quality of lives for their constituents. Geographic Information Systems makes it easy to gather, monitor, and analyze data with mapping visuals to help you better understand and reveal relationships, patterns, and trends.