Indicators are shown only for areas where there is complete coverage of all contained geographies.
The year of data used for the population is in some cases a year previous to the bankruptcy data, because the latest year of population data has not yet come out.
The Appalachian Regional Commission designates certain counties and tracts as “distressed areas” in order to identify and monitor the economic status of areas within Appalachia.
Due to the contract between Boxwood Means and their data provider, we are unable to share this data with the following entities, their affiliates or subsidiaries, or their successors in interest: Acxiom, Altisource, America Online, Inc.
(AOL), Black Knight, CBCInnovis, CD-Data, Collateral Analytics, Costar Group, Courthouse Retrieval System Inc., Data Solutions, Datamyx, Data Verify, Digital Risk, Experian, Equifax, Fair Isaac Corporation, Fidelity National Financial (FNF), Fidelity National Information Services (FNIS), Fidelity National Insurance Company, Fidelity National Title Group, First American Financial Corporation, First Data Solutions, Fi Serv, FNC, Google, Graphiq, Haines, Info USA, Insurance Service Office (ISO), International Data Management (IDM), Interthinx, i Place, ISGN, Land America, Lender Processing Services, Lending Tree, Lexis/Nexis, Mac Donald-Detweiler, Master Files, Merlin Data, Microsoft, Myriad Development, National Data Cooperative, National Information Services, New Reach, Real Info, Real Net, Renwood Realty Trac LLC, RJ Peters, Sedgwick CMS, Stewart Information Services Corporation, SW Financial, TPG Capital, Thompson-West Group, Trans Union, Verisk, Veros, Yahoo! Boxwood Means receives their raw data through a source which collects directly from counties and states.
Change calculations are based on the actual sale price at Time 1 and the actual sale price at Time 2.