Unsubsidized Affordable Homes At-Risk | 2024 Report

Using a proprietary methodology, the California Housing Partnership identified unsubsidized naturally-occurring affordable housing (NOAH) properties that due to their age, location and other market factors, offer rents affordable to low-income households. Notable findings in this 2024 report include:    Already Lost 163,000+ homes are no longer affordable, largely concentrated in Read More


Sacramento County Housing Need Report 2023

The 2023 Affordable Housing Need Report highlights market conditions in Sacramento County and key indicators of housing need for low-income families, including: levels of housing production, state and federal funding, asking rent trends, and local wages.


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California Naturally-Occurring Affordable Homes At Risk Report 2023

Using a new, proprietary methodology, the California Housing Partnership is now able to identify unsubsidized naturally-occurring affordable housing (NOAH) properties that due to their age, location and other market factors, offer rents affordable to low-income households. This is the first statewide assessment of At-Risk NOAH that has been done to Read More


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Sacramento County Housing Need Report 2022

The 2022 Affordable Housing Needs Report highlights market conditions in Sacramento County and key indicators of housing need for low-income families, including: levels of housing production, state and federal funding, asking rent trends, and local wages. Asking rents in Sacramento County increased by 10.3% between Q4 2020 and Q4 2021. _ Read More


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Sacramento County Housing Need Report 2021

The 2021 Affordable Housing Needs Report offers specific recommendations to policymakers to remedy California’s housing challenges and highlights key indicators of housing affordability for low-income families in Sacramento County, including: market conditions, federal and state funding, local wages and rent, and LIHTC production/preservation. View the announcement


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Sacramento County Housing Need Report 2020

The 2020 Affordable Housing Needs Report offers specific recommendations to policymakers to remedy California’s housing challenges and highlights key indicators of housing affordability for low-income families in Sacramento County, including: market conditions, federal and state funding, local wages and rent, and housing production/preservation.


Sacramento County’s Housing Emergency Update

Sacramento County needs 63,118 more affordable rental homes to meet current demand. Read more to find recommended solutions to Sacramento County’s housing emergency. 


Sacramento County Housing Need Report 2018

Sacramento County needs 58,552 more affordable rental homes to meet demand. Read more about solutions for Sacramento County’s housing emergency. 


Sacramento County Housing Need 2017

This report demonstrates the shortfall of affordable homes in Sacramento County and the severe impact on low-income renters. The report offers a roadmap for California’s legislators and local leaders to take immediate action.


Mercy’s Boulevard Court Apartments: Transformation from Roadside Motel to Supportive Housing for the Homeless

On October 6, Mercy Housing California and the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) celebrated the grand re-opening of the Boulevard Court Apartments in Sacramento. This partnership succeeded in transforming a once blighted motel into 75 units of permanently affordable housing for formerly homeless individuals with disabilities.


Sacramento County Housing Need 2016

This report shows how high housing costs are disproportionately burdening low-income families in Sacramento County. The report offers a roadmap for California’s legislators and local leaders to take immediate action.


How Sacramento County’s Housing Market is Failing to Meet the Needs of Low-Income Families

Sacramento County is seventh on the list of counties with the largest shortfalls of homes affordable to low income families in California. Many of those families live in unhealthy or unsafe conditions, crowd multiple people into each room, and still pay more than 50 percent of their income on rent. Read More