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NMTC Mapping Tool

Disclaimer: The data presented are provided as a reference and the validity of the data cannot be guaranteed. All data should be verified with the CDFI Fund web site before using it in the decision-making process.

By using New Map you can add or hide data layers to the NMTC Mapping Tool. Data layer options include:


  • CDFI Fund New Markets Tax Credit Eligibility
  • NMTC Qualified Low-Income Community Investment Projects
  • American Indian/Alaska Native/Native Hawaiian Areas.

Launch the NMTC Mapping Tool

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QLICI Project Data

Qualified low-income community investment (QLICI) projects in each state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico have been added to the NMTC Mapping Tool. This information is based on the CDFI Fund’s NMTC Public Data Release: 2003-2022, which was released June 2024. The NMTC public data covers NMTC activities reported from fiscal year (FY) 2003 through FY 2022 and is taken from data submitted by program allocatees prior to Sept. 30, 2023. The data file contains information on 8,024 projects in which community development entities have made investments through FY 2022. 

To access QLICI project data, launch the mapping tool using the link above and select “New Map” and from the menu that appears select “NMTC Qualified Low-Income Community Investment (QLICI) Projects” then select “NMTC QLICI Projects”. To remove the eligibility overlay from the map, deselect the “Status” data.

Static maps with QLICI projects by state through 2021 are also available and are in the process of being updated with the 2022 data.

The CDFI Fund’s NMTC Public Data Release: 2003-2022 data file does not include street addresses for each project. Therefore, project or business locations are displayed as points at the center of the census tract in which it is located.

Updated for 118th (2023-2025) Congressional Districts

Novogradac and PolicyMap have updated this tool and the data in the searchable maps below reflects the 118th Congressional district boundaries as determined by the 2020 census.

Updated Eligibility Data

Both sets of data–2011-2015 data and 2016-2020 American Community Survey (ACS) low-income community (LIC) data–will be available in the NMTC Mapping Tool.

The 2016-2020 data is displayed by default. When a user clicks on the map, the info bubble displays values based on the 2016-2020 eligibility data.

To change the time frame to 2011-2015, click on “Expand Legend” on the right-hand side of the map, and select 2011-2015 from the “Year” dropdown menu.

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