Los Angeles Annual Affordable Housing Outcomes Report

Los Angeles 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. 


The Tax Credit Turns 30

The Tax Credit Turns 30

This report looks back at the first three decades of operation of the Housing Credit program in California and the benefits it has generated here. It also documents what happened to the first generation of developments in California that received allocations of Housing Credits from 1987 to 1989.


Executive Summary: Los Angeles County Annual Affordable Housing Outcomes Report

Executive Summary: Los Angeles County Annual Affordable Housing Outcomes Report

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:  This report is designed to help guide Los Angeles County’s allocation of resources across both new and previously existing affordable housing programs.


Los Angeles County Annual Affordable Housing Outcomes Report

Los Angeles County Annual Affordable Housing Outcomes Report

This report is designed to help guide Los Angeles County’s allocation of resources across both new and previously existing affordable housing programs. 


AB 1521 Fact Sheet

AB 1521 Fact Sheet

Fact Sheet on AB 1521, which strengthens the state’s existing Affordable Housing Preservation Law by requiring that rental housing with expiring federal and/or state subsidies and/or affordability protections be offered for sale first to qualified preservation purchasers at market value.


2017 Statewide At-Risk Assessment

2017 Statewide At-Risk Assessment

CHPC’s annual statewide risk assessment shows 31,988 affordable homes are at risk of conversion to market rate within the next five years. 


Affordable Homes At-Risk by County

Affordable Homes At-Risk by County

This resource outlines the properties and units at risk of conversion to market rate housing by county as of March 2017. The California Housing Partnership determines the level of risk based on a variety of factors, including who owns the property, how it was financed, etc. 


San Francisco Begins Second Phase of RAD Public Housing Initiative

San Francisco Begins Second Phase of RAD Public Housing Initiative

Friday, October 14, 2016 marked a major milestone in San Francisco’s ambitious plan to revitalize its public housing properties through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program. Financing closed on the last of the 14 properties in the second phase of SF RAD on Read More


Poway Villas: A Winning Formula for Preservation

Poway Villas: A Winning Formula for Preservation

Poway Villas is a 60-apartment, 100% Section 8 community in the City of Poway, California. The 40-year-old property was preserved by San Diego-based Community Housing Works (CHW). Poway Villas is an example of how to successfully layer Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC’s) with Department of Housing and Urban Development Read More


Juniper Gardens: Wakeland Housing Uses New CalHFA Program to Preserve 40 Affordable Homes in San Diego

Juniper Gardens: Wakeland Housing Uses New CalHFA Program to Preserve 40 Affordable Homes in San Diego

San Diego-based Wakeland Housing & Development Corporation purchased Juniper Gardens, a 40-apartment Section 8 community in the City Heights neighborhood of San Diego, in March 2012 with the goal to refinance and recapitalize the property in order to ensure its long-term affordability. Wakeland Housing took advantage of the CalHFA new Read More