35,785 Affordable Homes in California At-Risk of Conversion

Each year the California Housing Partnership uses data from our Affordable Housing Preservation Clearinghouse to present an annual summary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) subsidized housing at risk of loss of affordability in California. The California Housing Partnership collects and analyzes data from HUD and the state to assess risk of conversion to market rate for HUD-subsidized housing in California based on a number of factors and uses it to inform our own policy advocacy work in Sacramento and Washington, D.C. The California Housing Partnership is actively working with HUD, California’s Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD), local governments, and nonprofit affordable housing developers to preserve this housing.

This year, we found that 35,785 affordable homes in California are at risk of conversion to market rate due to expiring HUD rent subsidies and maturing mortgages over the next five years. 

Click through to see the full 2016 At-Risk summary.