Affordable Homes At Risk | 2021 Report
California has already lost 18,043 subsidized affordable rental homes and today, another 6,785 subsidized affordable rental homes are at risk of market rate conversion as soon as next year. These homes house thousands of low-income seniors, families and individuals and can be found in 35 of California’s 55 counties, according to this year’s Affordable Homes Read More
Affordable Homes at Risk | 2020 Report
To inform affordable housing preservation efforts across the state, the California Housing Partnership annually assesses the historical loss and conversion risk of federally- and state-subsidized affordable rental properties. Our 2020 report, Affordable Homes at Risk, finds that California has already lost 15,004 affordable rental homes and that another 31,821 affordable rental homes Read More
California’s Affordable Rental Homes At-Risk of Conversion | 2019 Report
To inform affordable housing preservation efforts across California, the California Housing Partnership annually assesses the historical loss and conversion risk of federally- and state-subsidized affordable rental properties. This 2019 analysis demonstrates that the risk of affordable homes converting to market rate is very real in California’s tight housing markets.
2017 Preservation Report | Statewide At-Risk Assessment
CHPC’s annual statewide risk assessment shows 31,988 affordable homes are at risk of conversion to market rate within the next five years.
35,785 Affordable Homes in California At Risk of Conversion | 2016 Preservation Report
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 following summary is as of April 2016.