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 properties into market-rate rentals that price out lower income residents. Nearly 230,000 affordable homes are at risk of losing affordability in the near term, and close to 166,000 have been lost since 2020. This panel will highlight 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, deed-restricted as well as unsubsidized properties.

Join us for a conversation with the Partnership’s At-Risk Report authors, affordable housing practitioners and policy leaders about the efforts to preserve affordable homes statewide.


At Risk Reports Overview

Danielle Mazzella, California Housing Partnership

Matt Alvarez-Nissen, California Housing Partnership

Case Studies in Preservation

Aubra Levine, The Unity Council

Ken Litzinger, Housing Authority of San Luis Obispo

Policy Discussion

Lila Gitesatani, National Housing Law Project

Mark Stivers, California Housing Partnership

Amiel Leaño Atanacio, Enterprise Community Partners

May 13th
11:00AM - 12:00PM
Online Event