While indicators of the economy seem to be doing well, the homeownership rate in California is telling a different story. The unemployment rate looks healthy, the stock market is still very high even with the recent correction, and people seem to be spending beyond their means once again with credit card debt solidly above $1 trillion.

The L.A. Times noted that while S.B. 828 isn’t getting nearly the same attention as Wiener’s other major housing bill, it has the potential to have just as dramatic an impact on housing production is California. S.B. 828 will go before the Senate Housing and Transportation Committee on April 24.

The elephant in the housing legislation room is S.B. 827, authored by Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco). This bill, which has sparked furious debate among housing and economic justice advocates since it was introduced in February, will get its first committee hearing Tuesday when it goes before the State Senate’s Transportation and Housing Committee.

California’s New ‘By-Right’ Housing Law: Will it Make a Difference?. "One of the bills signed by Governor Jerry Brown Friday as part of a larger housing package could fast-track certain affordable housing projects in Los Angeles,

California affordable housing bills get their final sign-off. signed into law a package of bills aimed at tackling California’s affordable housing crisis.. (Home and commercial real estate.

California’s Governor Brown signed into law a package of bills on September 29, 2017, intended to increase the development of affordable housing. The state is deep in the middle of an affordable housing crisis and has been searching for solutions. Some major California cities passed ordinances in recent years, such as San Francisco’s new density bonus programs, to stimulate affordable.

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California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law two bills that significantly reform California’s Housing Accountability Act (HAA). Effective Jan. 1, 2018, these laws will significantly increase the ability of housing developers and housing advocates to secure the approval of much-needed housing projects throughout the state.

Los Angeles Real Estate Reality Check: What will $400,000 buy? . that California's rent index (a broad measure of real estate costs that. California's new housing stock has been severely restricted by the state's myriad. and multi-housing units, likely not enough to accommodate demand with. Gavin Newsom is expected to sign the bill into law.. All Rights Reserved.

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