California’s expensive housing market is pushing people out. That’s a top concern for some as they head to the polls. In Santa Cruz County, voters will weigh in on Measure H. It taxes property owners to pay for affordable housing.
In its latest step to address the local housing crisis, Santa Cruz County is putting together a pilot program that would lower development fees for homeowners to build a small accessory dwelling unit, or “granny unit,” on their property.
Nearly a third of Bay Area renters are one financial emergency away from missing a rent payment — and potentially getting slapped with an eviction notice, according to a recent survey.
Soaring Bay Area housing costs have led to a wave of racial and income segregation, according to a new report from the University of California at Berkeley.
New reports from the Urban Displacement Project at UC Berkeley and the California Housing Partnership confirm that rising housing costs between 2000 and 2015 have contributed to displacement of low-income people of color and resulted in new concentrations of poverty and racial segregation in the Bay Area.
The Bay Area’s soaring housing costs are pushing out low-income families of color at a greater rate than their white counterparts, according to a new study that highlights how the region’s chronic affordability crisis
UC Berkeley’s Urban Displacement Project and the California Housing Partnership released a study about how the concentration of highly paid workers in the central Bay Area are also creating heavy new concentrations of poverty and racial segregation.
The Bay Area’s soaring housing costs are pushing poor people into neighborhoods where poverty and racial segregation are on the rise, a UC Berkeley study published Wednesday found.
According to a nonprofit that looks at housing, Santa Cruz County needs to create nearly 12,000 affordable rental homes to meet local demand.
A new report says Santa Cruz County is falling far behind where it should be to meet the demand for affordable housing.