Low Income Housing Database
Division is required to create and maintain a statewide low-income housing
database. To meet this mandate the Division funds an
on-line locator service and call center called NVHousingsearch.org. In addition, the Division produces
periodical reports on Nevada’s low-income housing supply and demand and makes
housing related data and links available. Where possible data is
broken out at the county level. Data is also available where possible for
unincorporated Clark and Washoe County, and the cities of Henderson, Las Vegas,
North Las Vegas, Reno and Sparks.
Market Data (Part 2a)
Part 2a contains data, data-links or reports about the type of
housing Nevadans live in (single family, multi-family, mobile home or other
types), the age of the housing, rents and vacancies, home sale statistics,
construction permits, and condo conversions.
Needs Data (Part 2b)
Part 2b contains data, data-links or reports about the housing
needs of Nevadans including tabulations of rent burden, overcrowding or
substandard housing for homeowners, renters, seniors, persons with
disabilities. Other occasional reports on special needs of veterans, homeless,
recovering drug users and domestic violence survivors are available in this
Housing Supply (Part 2c)
Part 2c contains an inventory of subsidized and other low-income
housing in Nevada as well as maps and reports about this housing.
and Demographic Overview (Part 2d)
Part 2d contains data, data links and reports on demographic and
economic variables and their relationship to low income housing demand.
Violence Housing Report (Part 2e & f)
Part 2e and f contains a report on the number of public housing
units and Housing Choice Vouchers set aside for domestic violence survivors,
and on the number of domestic violence survivors whose rental assistance
through those programs has been canceled.
Taking Stock: Nevada's Affordable Housing Survey