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Affordable Homes at Risk | 2022 Report

California has already lost nearly 20,800 subsidized affordable rental homes, and today, another 7,053 subsidized affordable rental homes housing low-income seniors, families and individuals, are at risk of market rate conversion as soon as next year, according to this year’s Affordable Homes At Risk | 2022 Report by the California Housing Partnership. An estimate Read More


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Policy Brief 2021: Addressing Segregation and Unequal Access to Opportunity in California with Affordable Housing Investments

State housing funding agencies recently implemented program changes to prioritize addressing residential segregation and its harmful effects, specifically through the creation of affordable housing in opportunity-rich neighborhoods. This policy brief takes stock of these changes and proposes how the state should refine its strategy to affirmatively further fair housing (AFFH) moving Read More


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Policy Brief 2021: Who Can Afford to Rent in California’s Many Regions?

This 2021 policy brief investigates the income required to afford rent across California and to better understand the cost burden experienced by households in different income groups. The analysis provides insights into whether state resources should be prioritized to provide assistance to “missing middle” households, and if so, where. View Read More


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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 58 counties, according to this year’s Affordable Homes Read More


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COVID-19 Housing Fragility Findings by Race/Ethnicity

California Housing Partnership analysis of Household Pulse Survey data (U.S. Census Bureau, 2020) on the share of renters that have “no confidence” or “slight confidence” they can pay their rent next month or have a deferred payment. 


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Policy Brief 2019: Who Can Afford to Rent in California’s Many Regions?

This 2019 policy brief investigates the income required to afford rent across California and to better understand the cost burden experienced by households in different income groups. The analysis provides insights into whether state resources should be prioritized to provide assistance to “missing middle” households, and if so, where.


Rising Housing Costs and Re-Segregation

Rising Housing Costs and Re-Segregation in the San Francisco Bay Area

This report by the California Housing Partnership and the Urban Displacement Project at UC Berkeley finds that rising housing prices in the Bay Area region were correlated with shifts in where low-income people of color lived between 2000 and 2015, and resulted in new concentrations of poverty and racial segregation.


County Supplement: Rising Housing Costs and Re-Segregation in the San Francisco Bay Area

This supplement contains county-level charts and tables that correspond with data in the regional report by the California Housing Partnership and the Urban Displacement Project at UC Berkeley that documents rising housing costs in the Bay Area. The supplement provides local data for residents, advocates, and policymakers.


Rising Housing Costs and Re-segregation in Contra Costa County

This report by the California Housing Partnership and the Urban Displacement Project at UC Berkeley finds that rising housing costs in Contra Costa County were correlated with shifts in where low-income people of color lived between 2000 and 2015, and resulted in new concentrations of poverty and racial segregation in Read More


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Rising Housing Costs and Re-Segregation in San Francisco

This report by the California Housing Partnership and the Urban Displacement Project at UC Berkeley finds that rising housing costs in San Francisco were correlated with shifts in where low-income people of color lived between 2000 and 2015, and resulted in new concentrations of poverty and racial segregation in the county.


Rising Housing Costs and Re-Segregation in Alameda County

This report by the California Housing Partnership and the Urban Displacement Project at UC Berkeley finds that rising housing costs in Alameda County were correlated with shifts in where low-income people of color lived between 2000 and 2015, and resulted in new concentrations of poverty and racial segregation in the county.