January 18, 2023

Silicon Valley: Is the Bay Area on the Verge of a Housing Construction Slowdown?

Developers say a turbulent economy is creating even more challenges for a region that's struggling to build enough homes
January 17, 2023

KQED: Newsom’s Proposed Budget Keeps Most Housing, Homeless Funding Intact. Advocates Want MoreKQED:

Amid a looming $22.5 billion deficit, California housing advocates expressed relief that Gov. Gavin Newsom is largely keeping funding for housing and homelessness programs intact in his 2023–24 budget plan.
January 12, 2023

NPH’s 2023-2024 Budget Proposal Analysis

Governor Newsom’s budget proposal preserves existing affordable housing rental funds, but deeper investments needed amidst economic recession.
December 8, 2022

Los Angeles Times: California churches, nonprofit colleges could build homes on their land with proposed law

California nonprofit colleges and faith organizations such as churches, mosques and synagogues would be able to build affordable homes on their land under a bill introduced Tuesday to help alleviate the state’s worsening housing shortage and homelessness crisis.