Hillsborough Community Atlas

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Income

Please view Per Capita Income under the Demographics Theme

Please view Poverty Statistics under the Demographics Theme

Please view Households Receiving Public Assistance Statistics under the Demographics Theme

Housing Data

Housing data reflects the Housing Market Characteristics, Affordable Housing Needs, and Housing Stock Characteristics. Currently, these data are not on the Atlas, but can be viewed at the Florida Housing Data Clearinghouse Clicking on this link will result in leaving the Community Atlas website. developed and maintained by the Shimberg Center for Affordable Housing at the University of Florida. The data provided is at either the county or municipality level.

Please view additional Housing Data under the Demographics Theme.

Foreclosure Rates

A foreclosure is a legal proceeding in which a lender "repossesses" a parcel of real property after a borrower has failed to comply with the terms of a sales agreement (typically a mortgage). The data reported here is for residential properties only in Hillsborough County. This information is significant because foreclosures have deleterious effects on both individuals / families, and the neighborhoods and communities they live in. For 2007 through 2009 the data was reported by Foreclosures Daily, a Florida-based company that collects information about foreclosure cases each day from the county clerk's office. For 2010 onward, the data was provided by the Hillsborough County Property Appraiser.
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Foreclosure Rates
  USF Unincorporated Hillsborough County Hillsborough County
2009 7.27% 5.78% 5.92%
2010 2.75% 2.49% 2.48%
2011 2.71% 1.32% 1.44%
2012 2.21% 1.59% 1.53%
2013 3.06% 1.79% 1.75%

* The data provider beginning in 2010 was the Hillsborough County Property Appraiser, all previous years data was provided by Foreclosures Daily.

Data Provider: Foreclosures Daily
Data Updated: May 2010

Data Provider: Hillsborough County Property Appraiser
Data Updated: July 2014

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Regional and Local Profiles

Click on one of the following links to see the Florida Housing Data Clearinghouse regional and local profiles:

Data Access Tools

Click on the following link to see the Florida Housing Data Clearinghouse tools for Housing Supply Data, Demographics and Population, Disability and Household Characteristics, and Affordable Housing Inventories:

HOMELESSNESS

Homelessness data is only available at the county-wide level. Click here to visit the Homelessness section for Hillsborough County.

Economics & Housing Resources Directory

This section focuses on the available economic and housing resources in your community. Please click one of the following links to access the information maintained about the available resources and programs.

2-1-1 Tampa Bay Services

The 2-1-1 Tampa Bay program provides immediate and confidential crisis intervention, and information and referral services for a variety of community resources.

If you would like more information about economic and housing resources in Hillsborough County, call 211 or choose one of the resources from the dropdown list below to view the 2-1-1 Tampa Bay website Link to 2-1-1 Tampa Bay Website.

You will be directed to the 2-1-1 Tampa Bay website.

If you would like to add a program to or update program information for the 2-1-1 Tampa Bay database, please fill out the
2-1-1 Tampa Bay update form Clicking on this link will result in leaving the Community Atlas website..

Hillsborough County Citizen Action Center

The Hillsborough County Citizen Action Center is countywide call center is open seven days a week.

If you would like more information about economic and housing resources in Hillsborough County, call the InfoLine at 272-5900 or click the Community Link Clicking on this link will result in leaving the Community Atlas website..
The Hillsborough County Directory of Services The Hillsborough County Directory of Services is also available on-line.

Additional Important Resources

Websites of Interest

This section provides links to websites and documents related to the environment from sources both within and outside your community. These links can provide you further information about the topics presented on this page.

  • 1000 Friends of Florida - The mission of this nonprofit organization is to protect & improve quality of life by advocating responsible planning for population growth.
  • Center for Neighborhood Technology - Creative "think-and-do tank" that researches, invents, & tests urban strategies with the goal of using resources more efficiently and more equitably.
  • Corporation to Develop Communities of Tampa, Inc. - Purpose is to help alleviate poverty & physical deterioration in Hillsborough County neighborhoods.
  • Employ Florida Marketplace - Online clearinghouse designed to connect job seekers and employers, operated by the State of Florida.
  • FedStats - Searchable database of statistical information on economics & population trends, education, health care costs, etc.
  • Florida Department of Economic Opportunity - This department of the State of Florida promotes economic development, infrastructure construction, and capital investment to advance Florida business interests.
  • Housing Data Between the Censuses: The American Housing Survey - Tells where to find up-to-date housing statistics & contains a wealth of information that can be used by professionals in nearly every field from planning, decisionmaking, market research or various kinds of program development.
  • Inclusionary Zoning: Is it Right for Florida? - Policy brief that examines the likely outcomes of encouraging the incorporation of affordable housing in new development, either through regulation or economic incentives.
  • Income, Earnings and Poverty from the 2004 American Community Survey - Looks at information on income, earnings, & poverty collected in the 2004 American Community Survey which provides a measure of the country's economic well-being.
  • Office of Economic & Demographic Research - EDR is a research arm of the Legislature principally concerned with forecasting economic & social trends that affect policy making, revenues, & appropriations.
  • The Next Slum? - This 2008 article examines how the then-unfolding collapse of the housing market might create underfunded and underpopulated communities, an accurate prediction in some places.
  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) - Federal agency charged with increasing homeownership, support community development and increasing access to affordable housing free from discrimination.
  • Where Does it Fit? Inclusionary Zoning and the Affordable Housing Puzzle - Presentation from the 2005 Florida Renaissance Annual Conference; discusses affordable housing assessment, tools & building in your community; offers another viewpoint on inclusionary zoning.
  • Workforce Florida - Direct services are provided at nearly 100 "One-Stop Centers" with locations in every county in the state.
  • YOU and YOUR CREDIT Series - This seven-part series has practical advice on how to build and keep good credit, with information on credit scores, credit reports, homeownership, credit cards, and more.
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