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ResultsNOLA is the City’s scorecard for tracking progress towards citywide and strategic goals. Each year, the Mayor and Council create a budget that plans how public dollars will fund services to address community priorities. ResultsNOLA is used by the City leaders and the public to measure the outcomes of those services.

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New Orleans Redevelopment Authority

Percent of sales where agreements were successfully completed by the end user within a year of the sales date

Result area:4Result Area:
Sustainable and Resilient Communities
Objective:4-2Promote and maintain quality neighborhoods and green spaces
Strategy:4-2-1Maintain current strategies and launch new strategy for blight
This measure:Percent of sales where agreements were successfully completed by the end user within a year of the sales date
Management Statistic
44.67 percent
 
 

Progress toward 2017 target

Goal: Management Statistic

Progress toward 2016 target

Goal: Management Statistic

Progress toward 2015 target

Goal: Management Statistic

Note:  172 of 307 end users that reached their agreement expiration dates met the terms of their agreements.

Progress toward 2014 target

Goal: Management Statistic

Note:  Of the 473 properties that reached their agreement expiration dates, end users met the terms of their agreements for 225. End users that failed to complete the terms of the agreement received letters notifying them of their delinquent status and requiring them to take immediate action to come into compliance. Because the success of each agreement relies on the individual or organization who purchases the property from NORA to fulfill the agreement by building a house or greening a side lot, the rate of success can fluctuate widely from quarter to quarter. Results from Q1 and Q2 2014 were updated in October to exclude properties that had reached their sales agreement expiration prior to the reporting period but received an extension deadline in Q1 or Q2 2014.

Progress toward 2014 target

Goal: Management Statistic

Note:  Of the 473 properties that reached their agreement expiration dates, end users met the terms of their agreements for 225. End users that failed to complete the terms of the agreement received letters notifying them of their delinquent status and requiring them to take immediate action to come into compliance. Because the success of each agreement relies on the individual or organization who purchases the property from NORA to fulfill the agreement by building a house or greening a side lot, the rate of success can fluctuate widely from quarter to quarter. Results from Q1 and Q2 2014 were updated in October to exclude properties that had reached their sales agreement expiration prior to the reporting period but received an extension deadline in Q1 or Q2 2014.

Historical trend

Historical trend

Totals for 2016

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