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

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

This policy brief investigates the income required to afford rent across California and to better understand the cost burden experienced by households at different income groups. The analysis provides insights into whether it makes sense for State resources to be used to provide assistance to “missing middle” households, and if Read More


California’s Cap-and-Trade-Funded Low-Income Weatherization Program Multifamily: Impact Report

California’s Cap-and-Trade-Funded Low-Income Weatherization Program Multifamily: Impact Report

Published in collaboration with the Association for Energy Affordability, this Impact Report presents new findings on the climate and community benefits delivered by the Cap-and-Trade-funded Low-Income Weatherization Program (LIWP) Multifamily since its launch in 2016. 


2019 Statewide Housing Need Report

2019 Statewide Housing Need Report

The California Housing Partnership’s 2019 Statewide Housing Need Report takes a look at the State’s housing investments and shows that California is still under-investing in affordable housing production and preservation, despite the Legislature’s passage of the 2017 Housing Package. It also highlights that households cannot afford the real costs of living, Read More


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

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

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

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


Rising Housing Costs and Re-Segregation in San Francisco

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

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.


Changes to AHSC Program Revealed by Latest Awards

Changes to AHSC Program Revealed by Latest Awards

On June 28, the Strategic Growth Council (SGC) announced $257 million in Round 3 Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) awards to 19 developments, primarily in disadvantaged communities across the state. These developments will create 1,950 new affordable homes for low-income Californians and introduce new transportation infrastructure that will increase Read More


Newsletter: New Study Finds Los Angeles County Needs 551,807 Affordable Homes

Newsletter: New Study Finds Los Angeles County Needs 551,807 Affordable Homes

February 24, 2017 newsletter announcing the initial results of CHPC’s Affordable Housing Outcomes Report for the County of Los Angeles.