2023 Subsidized Affordable Housing At Risk Report
California’s affordable housing crisis will only worsen if nothing more is done to protect the thousands of subsidized affordable rental homes at risk of market rate conversion. According to the Affordable Homes At Risk | 2023 Report released April 20 by the California Housing Partnership: 22,078 subsidized affordable rental homes have already been Read More
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
California Housing Needs Report 2023
The California Housing Partnership annually assesses the needs of California’s low-income renters for the purpose of informing state and local policy leaders. Key findings from this year’s California Affordable Housing Needs Report: California spends twice as much supporting homeowners than renters and only 17% of renter resources are permanent compared to Read More
Policy Brief 2022: Who Can Afford to Rent in California’s Many Regions?
This 2022 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
California’s Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) Program: Six Years of Investments | Impact Report: Rounds 1 – 6
The California Housing Partnership (the Partnership) has released a new policy brief co-authored with Enterprise Community Partners documenting the substantial community and economic benefits made possible by the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) program. According to the report, the AHSC program has already brought about 15,324 new affordable homes and reduced 4.4 million metric Read More
California’s Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) Program | Impact Summary: Rounds 1 – 6
To date, the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) program has invested $2.5 billion in 164 catalytic developments across California that integrate housing and transportation with community infrastructure and amenities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) and support sustainable, connected, vibrant neighborhoods.
California Affordable Housing Needs Report 2022
Half of California’s 6 million renter households are lower income, with more than 1 million extremely low-income renter households. Renters need to earn 2.8 times the state minimum wage to afford average asking rent in California, which increased by 11% since last year. Although California has more than doubled production of new Read More
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
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
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