Opportunity Starts at Home: Addressing Housing Insecurity for Underserved LA Community College Students
A Special Report for the Los Angeles Community College District
Lowest Income Renters Face Most Severe Shortage of Affordable Homes
Out of Reach
Information on how much a family needs to earn to afford the average rent and median home price in Southern California in 2018:
City of Los Angeles
Los Angeles County
San Bernardino County
2018 First Quarter Policy Update
SCANPH's Update on Policy Strategy and Implementation Phase
2017 Housing Needs Assessment Series: Southern California
Our partners at the California Housing Partnership Corporation have released detailed reports describing the affordable housing crisis facing lower-income renters in five Southern California counties: Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange, and San Diego. SCANPH contributed on the policy recommendations outlined in the reports.
Los Angeles County
SCANPH Position Paper on LA County Funding
The county should dedicate a majority of new funds its receives from the dissolution of redevelopment agencies toward building affordable homes.
By: Chen Liu
Faculty Chair: Joan Ling
This study quantitatively examines the impact of Los Angeles fixed-guideway transit stations on the surrounding real estate market, especially the housing market. The findings help policy makers better understand whether (and where) to capture the private value created by public investment in transit system for low-income households in Los Angeles station areas.
By: Beth Steckler and Adam Garcia
This report analyzes and documents affordable housing construction and demolition between 1998 and 2005 in the city of Los Angeles for the purposes of increasing public understanding of and participation in the Housing Element updates and other local planning efforts.