Source: The Los Angeles Times
Rising rents and home prices forced California’s housing crisis to the front of Gov. Jerry Brown’s and lawmakers’ agenda in 2017.
Legislators passed the most comprehensive package of housing bills in recent memory designed to increase spending on low-income development and encourage more construction in general.
But the bills, according to independent analyses, won’t do much to make housing cheaper in the state.Expect more focus on housing issues at the Capitol and on your statewide ballot in 2018.
Here are three to watch.
1. A rent control battle
2. The future of Proposition 13
3. How lawmakers will follow up on this year’s housing efforts.
John J. ODell Broker
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