OPPORTUNITY ZONES 1031 Tax Differed Exchange Map HUD

Government Program


Under certain conditions, new investments in Opportunity Zones may be eligible for preferential tax treatment.

There are 8,764 Opportunity Zones in the United States, many of which have experienced a lack of investment for decades.

The Opportunity Zones initiative is not a top-down government program from Washington but an incentive to spur private and public investment in America’s underserved communities.

Opportunity Zones are economically distressed communities, defined by individual census tract, nominated by America’s governors, and certified by the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury via his delegation of that authority to the Internal Revenue Service.

Council of Economic Advisors Report on Opportunity Zones

Rural Opportunity Zone Resources

How Do Opportunity Zones Work?

Highlights from the One-Year Opportunity Zones Report

1-Year Council Report

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Executive Order on Establishing the White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council

Final Opportunity Zone Rules from the Internal Revenue Service

Opportunity Zone Legislation


Map of Opportunity Zones

Government Contracting Opportunities

Relevant Tax Forms

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

CDFI Fund Opportunity Zones Resources

View the Completed Action Items of the White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council

Department of Transportation OZ Map of Significant Transportation-Related Facilities

Economic Development Administration OZ Website