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Where Can Low Income Renters Go?

But, by 2018, Clovis’ median income had exceeded Fresno’s by $25,000 and its white population was 26 percentage points higher than Fresno’s, reflecting the fact that the city’s housing, along with its safe streets and high quality schools, were increasingly inaccessible to lower income people of color like Martinez and Sanchez. Today nearly 1.3 million low income California renters lack access to an affordable home, reports the nonprofit California Housing Partnership, while in Fresno County, 35,244 renters lack such access.