Through our projects and partners, Smith NMTC generates data to illustrate the impact of tax credit investments. We also engage research partners to illustrate the impact of homeownership not only on individual and community wealth-building, but crime rates, health, education, and other quality of life factors.
We work with industry stakeholders and partners to generate and make available research on the lasting impact of housing and homeownership on individual quality of life factors and collective community impacts. Focus areas include the correlations between housing and homeownership on health, education, and net worth and on crime rates, unemployment, and median income.
We offer transparency with our NMTC models because we believe in their value for proliferating homeownership opportunity and community impact. Please contact us for any questions regarding the development of these models or specific projects.