California’s new housing bills are about to become law — but not everyone in real estate is happy about it

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SAN FRANCISCO – A package of long-awaited bills aimed at addressing California’s affordable-housing crisis were signed into law today, as Gov. Jerry Brown, big-city mayors and lawmakers.

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At no time in recent history has the California Legislature passed more housing-related bills than it did late last month. On September 29, 2017, Governor Jerry Brown signed a package of 15 housing bills intended to bring some relief to the State’s current housing crisis. This effort should be viewed as a first step in correcting a number of impediments to producing adequate housing, but.

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.

Compounding California’s affordable housing crisis is the fact that over the past decade, only 311,000 new housing units have been constructed-this in a state that now has 40 million residents. And, to exacerbate the problem, the vast majority of those new units are high-end housing targeted at the state’s upper-income residents.

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Again, housing costs are not the only thing keeping junior from moving out. student debt loads, disappearing labor markets, and delaying marriage are also contributing to the trend. We’ve seen no thorough analysis yet on how California’s abundant avocado toast supply may be keeping millennials confined to their nests.