The Federal Reserve Board recently increased the asset-size exemption threshold for depository institutions under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) to $32 million from $31 million. Depository institutions with assets of $32 million or less as of Dec. 31, 2001, are exempt from data collection in 2002.
FY 2002 income limits are available from the Department of Housing and Urban Development. County-level data from throughout the country can be downloaded from the HUD User web site.The types of information available include:
To download the FY 2002 Income Limits, visit the HUD User web site at www.huduser.org/datasets/il/fmr02/index.html.
www.knowledgeplex.org is a 6-month-old web site that not only has a wealth of information on affordable housing and community development, but also allows users to participate in online discussions with other professionals.
Launched last year, KnowledgePlex was created by a group of leaders in the affordable housing and community development field with funding from the Fannie Mae Foundation.
The web site features news about leading organizations in the field. Virtual communities involve members from around the world who contribute new ideas about housing and development.
You can become a member of KnowledgePlex by completing the registration form. Among other services, members receive e-mail updates on the site's special features, including:
The web site is specifically designed for practitioners, scholars and policy-makers.
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Fed in Print: An index of the economic research conducted by the Fed.
FedCommunities.org is a portal to community development resources from all 12 Federal Reserve Banks and the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.