Our blog post published today offers an overview of the results of the many housing-related propositions and local initiatives on the ballot in California this year.
Housing on the Ballot: How Californians Voted on Key 2020 Measures
Improving Impact Fees in California: Rethinking the Nexus Study Requirement
Key changes would help ensure that fees are being set and used as intended: to support the expansion of critical infrastructure needed to accommodate more housing.
The Ongoing Housing Crisis: California Renters Still Struggle to Pay Rent Even as Counties Re-Open
One in five California households indicated that they have no or only slight confidence that they have the ability to pay their mortgage or rent due to COVID-19 related income loss.
The Terner Center is hiring a new strategic planning and fund development coordinator to join our small but dynamic team. We are also still accepting applications for the Senior Research Associate position.
Webinar: Reaching California’s ADU Potential
New insights into statewide ADU growth and how to sustain the momentum. Watch the video live from 3 - 4 pm (PT) on Wednesday, September 30th.
2020 California Legislative Year in Review: A Frustrating End to a Disappointing Year for Housing
New blog offers a summary of the housing bills that passed during the previous legislative session.
Recession and Recovery: The Critical Role of Housing Assistance in Promoting Economic Security for Low-Income Households
A new study offers a unique window into how lower-income households have fared through economic decline and growth and a compelling argument for continued investment in affordable housing and rental assistance in the context of the current COVID-19 crisis.
Reaching California’s ADU Potential: Progress to Date and the Need for ADU Finance
The Terner Center for Housing Innovation and the Center for Community Innovation have jointly released a new analysis today on the increase in ADUs throughout California and the need for increased financing options for low- and moderate-income homeowners.
Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing in California: Prioritizing Fair Housing Goals in Planning for the State’s Housing Needs
The Terner Center for Housing Innovation hosted a virtual convening exploring how California can meet its obligation to affirmatively further fair housing.
Furthering Fair Housing through the RHNA Process in California
Offering a preview of her presentation next week, we are pleased to publish a blog post authored by Annelise Osterberg. As California prepares to enter the next cycle of the RHNA process, it has an opportunity to advance the state’s fair housing goals while also encouraging more sustainable development patterns.