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Affordable Homes at Risk | 2022 Report

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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 of the universe of “naturally-occurring” affordable housing (or “NOAHs”) shows that the state’s lower-rent homes still fall far short of the vast needs of California’s 2.976 million lower income renter households.

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