Gaining Ground: The State of Acquisition & Preservation in California

Acquisition-rehab (acq-rehab) has gained significant momentum in the past few years to create affordable housing and to stabilize communities in California. Local pilot programs have inspired policy campaigns across the state and significant public investment both at the local and state level. The acquisition of occupied, unsubsidized properties (often referred to as “NOAH”) and preserving these homes as permanent affordable Read More

Roadmap Home 2030: Affordable Housing Solutions for California

This month, Governor Gavin Newsom’s administration reported a quarter of a million Californians experiencing homelessness requested help in 2020—numbers that skyrocketed from previous estimates in some Bay Area counties. The Golden State is lauded for its job opportunities and diverse population, but it’s also the state with some of the highest housing and transportation costs in the nation. Now, Californians Read More

California’s Roadmap Home 2030 Town Hall/Rally

Have you heard about California’s Roadmap Home 2030?  For too long, efforts to solve California’s struggles with housing and homelessness have been short-sighted and disconnected. Now systemic racial injustice, a widening wealth gap, and a shortage of affordable homes are threatening the health and livelihoods of all Californians. The Roadmap Home 2030 is a bold, ten-year vision to create a Read More

Post-Election Outlook for Federal Tax Policy and Implications for California’s LIHTC Market

LIHTC Lender/Investor Series, Part III Join the California Housing Partnership on Thursday, November 12th (10:30 am to 12:00 pm) for a post-election discussion of: The outlook for federal tax law changes affecting the state’s supply of tax-exempt bonds and improvements to the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Anticipated effects on California’s LIHTC market under various scenarios This session is intended Read More