Los Angeles County Annual Affordable Housing Outcomes Report

Los Angeles County Annual Affordable Housing Outcomes Report

Los Angeles County’s shortage of affordable and available homes to lower-income families continues to grow. This report is designed to help guide Los Angeles County’s allocation of resources across both new and previously existing affordable housing programs. 


Stanislaus County’s Housing Emergency Update

Stanislaus County’s Housing Emergency Update

75% of ELI households in Stanislaus County are paying more than half of their income on housing costs compared to 0% of moderate income households.


Tulare County’s Housing Emergency Update

Tulare County’s Housing Emergency Update

Low Income Housing Tax Credit production and preservation in Tulare County increased while State production and preservation decreased from 2016-2018.


San Joaquin County’s Housing Emergency Update

San Joaquin County’s Housing Emergency Update

Renters in San Joaquin County need to earn $29.46 per hour – 2.5 times the State minimum wage – to afford the median monthly asking rent of $1,532.


Merced County’s Housing Emergency Update

Merced County’s Housing Emergency Update

Merced County needs 8,281 more affordable rental homes to meet current demand.


Madera County’s Housing Emergency Update

Madera County’s Housing Emergency Update

Cuts in Federal and State funding have reduced investment in affordable housing in Madera County by more than $5 million annually since 2008, a 73% reduction.


Kings County’s Housing Emergency Update

Kings County’s Housing Emergency Update

Low Income Housing Tax Credit production and preservation in Kings County remains low since 2016.


Kern County’s Housing Emergency Update

Kern County’s Housing Emergency Update

Kern County needs 26,203 more affordable rental homes to meet current demand.


Fresno County’s Housing Emergency Update

Fresno County’s Housing Emergency Update

72% of ELI households are paying more than half of their income on housing costs compared to just 2% of moderate income households.


San Diego County Housing Need Report 2019

San Diego County Housing Need Report 2019

San Diego County needs 136,631 more affordable rental homes to meet current demand.