California faces an unprecedented housing crisis that cannot be solved by production alone. In a state where over 30,000 homes are at risk of losing their affordability, housing preservation tools play an increasingly important role. From extending in-place regulatory agreements to the conversion of market-rate apartments to rent-restricted affordable units, new and long-standing approaches are being deployed across the state to keep low- and moderate-income households in their homes. This panel will take a cross-sector look at how these tools work today, and how they can be bolstered going forward.
- Carol Galante, UC Berkeley Terner Center for Housing Innovation
- Jeremy Bronfman, Lincoln Avenue Capital
- John Stoecker, California Municipal Finance Authority
- Jordan Moss, Catalyst Housing Group (Moderator)