California’s election could bring $6 billion to its affordable housing market California’s housing market has become so unaffordable that in 2018, the homeless population jumped 13.7% in one year.
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HousingWire previously reported that California’s election could bring $6 billion to its affordable housing market, depending on whether or not voters backed Proposition 1 and 2.
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Dubbed “Faster Bay Area,” the proposed ballot measure is in its early planning and outreach stages, but seeks to raise $100.
"Many of our state housing laws have historically not been enforced, but that’s starting to change," Wiener said. Discussions are underway to increase the bond, to $6 billion or $9 billion.
This November, Californians will have the chance to vote for propositions that could bring $6 billion to affordable housing statewide, according to an article from The Mercury News.
California’s housing market has become so unaffordable that in 2018, the homeless population jumped 13.7% in one year. As more and more Californians suffer from rising mortgage and interest rates,
It would authorize $2.85 billion in general obligation debt with an annual debt service of $204 million (and a total cost to taxpayers of about $6.1 billion) for the following purposes: $1.35 billion to fund housing projects predominantly in urban areas and near public transportation systems.
Affordable housing advocates may not have gotten everything they wanted on their Election Day wish list, but they’re cheering a series of victories this week that may help ease the Bay Area’s.
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California agency aims to beat the tax bill and allocate bonds for affordable housing. could bring its revised projection for total 2017 gross supply to about $397 billion. The shift could.
Australia’s housing shortage would get a $6.6 billion fix from a Labor plan to build thousands of new homes and bring down rents for those in need, in a major proposal that sharpens the policy.
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