CalHFA’s Mixed-Income Program (MIP): Outcomes Analysis, Rounds 1-3
The Mixed-Income Program (MIP) was created in 2017 after the passage of Senate Bill 2 (SB2), the Building Homes and Jobs Act, to create mixed-income multifamily housing for households between 30% and 120% AMI. To date there have been three full application cycles – 2019, 2020, and 2021.
Facilitating Building Decarbonization through Utility Allowances
One of the most pressing challenges in electrifying multifamily housing is the issue of split incentives for housing providers. Although housing providers want to prioritize the health, comfort and safety of residents by transitioning to all electric buildings, they encounter many difficulties trying to finance electrification. This report describes how utility allowance Read More
PHA Schedule Data for UA Report | March 2022
Public Housing Authority (PHA) Schedule Data – matrix for “Facilitating Building Decarbonization through Utility Allowances” March 2022 report.
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
2022-23 Investments in Housing Affordability and Homelessness
State budget advocacy letter to Governor Gavin Newsom from the California Housing Consortium, Housing California, California Housing Partnership, California Coalition for Rural Housing, Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California, Southern California Association of NonProfit Housing, and the San Diego Housing Federation.
Governor’s Proposed 2022-23 State Budget: Summary of Housing Provisions
Summary excerpt of affordable housing provisions in Governor Gavin Newsom’s proposed 2022-23 state budget.
Memo on JPA Bond Proposals for Government-Owned Middle-Income Housing in California
This memo from the California Housing Partnership, CSG Advisors and HR&A Advisors, Inc. highlights the urgent need for local governments to carefully weigh the potential pitfalls and opportunity costs associated with using property tax exemptions to finance the conversion of luxury apartments into government-owned middle-income housing in California. View the announcement
Prioritizing California’s Affordable Housing in the Transition Towards Equitable Building Decarbonization | Summit Report 2021
Numerous cities and jurisdictions have passed local building energy codes, or “reach” codes that require new construction to be all or near electric to decarbonize or remove fossil fuels from buildings and electrify end uses. For these policies to be equitable, local governments and the state must acknowledge the added complexities, workforce limitations, costs Read More
Comments on the January 29, 2021 AHSC Round 6 Draft Guidelines
Public comments from the California Housing Partnership to the Strategic Growth Council (SGC) on the newest proposed guideline changes to the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) Program.
Path Forward: Getting to Zero Carbon Equitably – SEEC Virtual Forum Presentation
Presentation at 11th Annual Statewide Energy Efficiency Virtual Forum – Promising Solutions for a Clean Energy Future: One Vision, Many Policy Paths to Local Decarbonization.