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California Has 0.2% Decrease In Homeownership Since 2010

California Has 0.2% Decrease In Homeownership Since 2010

Mike LaFirenza The COVID-19 pandemic created divergent fortunes for different parts of the income scale, and housing provides some of the starkest examples. Low-income earners were more likely to lose their jobs or have hours cut back and as a result relied more on government stimulus measures like direct payments, expanded unemployment benefits, eviction moratoriums, […]

California YIMBY Celebrates Signing of Historic Housing Legislation

California YIMBY Celebrates Signing of Historic Housing Legislation

SACRAMENTO – California YIMBY today celebrated the signing by Governor Gavin Newsom of a package of housing bills that will significantly advance the goal of increasing housing affordability and availability throughout the state, especially in urban areas and near transit. “Governor Newsom came into office with a strong commitment to ending California’s housing shortage and affordability […]

California Has The 13th Most Residents Behind On Mortgage Payments

California Has The 13th Most Residents Behind On Mortgage Payments

After a year and a half of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the policies put in place to protect homeowners and renters are coming to an end, and this fall could see a wave of foreclosures and evictions as a result. From early on in the pandemic, policymakers enacted measures to protect renters and homeowners […]