Affordable Homes At Risk: Preservation Challenges and Opportunities

Each year, thousands of California’s low-income renters lose out on affordable homes. Regulatory agreements on government-subsidized affordable homes expire and affordable rentals convert to market-rate rentals, regularly pricing out lower income residents. This webinar highlights the California Housing Partnership’s latest analysis on at-risk affordable homes and those that have already been lost, discussing the risk, loss and preservation of traditional, Read More


Electrification Training Series: #5. Financing and Funding the Electrification of New and Existing Affordable Housing October 4

The California Housing Partnership is partnering with the Association for Energy Affordability to offer five training sessions covering essential topics on electrifying new and existing affordable multifamily rental housing in California. Experts in energy efficiency and clean energy resources for affordable rental housing will lead the sessions. Guest speakers will provide first-hand insights on making the case for electrification. Affordable Read More


Electrification Training Series: #4. Accelerating Electrification with Solar Energy for Multifamily Housing September 27

The California Housing Partnership is partnering with the Association for Energy Affordability to offer five training sessions covering essential topics on electrifying new and existing affordable multifamily rental housing in California. Experts in energy efficiency and clean energy resources for affordable rental housing will lead the sessions. Guest speakers will provide first-hand insights on making the case for electrification. Affordable Read More


Electrification Training Series: #3. Operations of All-Electric Affordable Housing September 20

The California Housing Partnership is partnering with the Association for Energy Affordability to offer five training sessions covering essential topics on electrifying new and existing affordable multifamily rental housing in California. Experts in energy efficiency and clean energy resources for affordable rental housing will lead the sessions. Guest speakers will provide first-hand insights on making the case for electrification. Affordable Read More


Electrification Training Series: #2. IRA Funding and Participation Pathways for Building Electrification September 13

The California Housing Partnership is partnering with the Association for Energy Affordability to offer five training sessions covering essential topics on electrifying new and existing affordable multifamily rental housing in California. Experts in energy efficiency and clean energy resources for affordable rental housing will lead the sessions. Guest speakers will provide first-hand insights on making the case for electrification. Affordable Read More


Electrification Training Series: #1. Building Electrification Design and Technologies September 6

The California Housing Partnership is partnering with the Association for Energy Affordability to offer five training sessions covering essential topics on electrifying new and existing affordable multifamily rental housing in California. Experts in energy efficiency and clean energy resources for affordable rental housing will lead the sessions. Guest speakers will provide first-hand insights on making the case for electrification. Affordable Read More


Affordable Homes At Risk: Preservation Challenges and Opportunities Webinar April 26

Each year, thousands of California’s low-income renters are displaced from apartments that were previously affordable to them due to expiring regulatory agreements on government-subsidized affordable homes or conversions of older properties into market-rate rentals that price out lower income residents. This panel highlights the California Housing Partnership’s statewide and county-level analysis of data on at-risk affordable homes in the Bay Read More


State Budget Round-Up With NPH Policy Director Abram Diaz — Final State Budget Agreement And Assessment For Future Fiscal Years

2022 was a historic year for the California budget, the budget surplus climbed to record highs and was larger than many states’ entire budget. Join us as we discuss how much of the budget was allocated to housing and homelessness priorities, what this means for this fiscal year, and what we can expect for future budget discussions.  In this webinar Read More


Toolbox Tuesday: Preserving Affordable Homes in Priority Growth Areas

Join SCAG for a Toolbox Tuesday on Tuesday, May 24 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. to discuss important strategies in preserving housing affordable to lower-income households, particularly within Priority Growth Areas. Priority Growth Areas include job centers and transit priority areas, where transit access and active transportation support achieving the regional greenhouse gas emissions reduction target. Speakers will describe policies, technical Read More


Tackling the Challenge of Producing Deeply Affordable Housing

In San Mateo County, 102,099 renters (13.5% of the county’s total renter population) are Extremely Low Income (with incomes up to 30% of Area Median Income). Of the county’s ELI renter households, 84% are experiencing some degree of rent burden. Not only does the County lack sufficient rental units priced for ELI households, many of these households, particularly people with Read More