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Reversing the Decline in California's Workforce Housing

The housing affordability gap in San Diego is among the highest in California, with the average household shelling out 35 percent of their income for housing, and one-quarter of the population spending half of their income on rent. Recently, ULI San Diego/Tijuana brought together multifamily housing experts with local government and community leaders to discuss creative ways to increase workforce-housing stock.

“Stagnant wage growth and rising housing prices have created ‘housing haves’ [homeowners] and ‘housing have-nots’ [renters],” said Jennifer LeSar, president and CEO of LeSar Development Consultants, who moderated the discussion. “We’re getting poorer as a region because people are spending all their money on housing, rather than goods and services. People are facing longer commutes to access cheaper housing and a better quality of life.” The housing crisis is also driving workers to lower-cost cities, she said, making it difficult for employers to attract talent.




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