Do You Pay Too Much For Rent?

Californian Renters Have Had Enough!

Year after year, wages in California have remained stagnant, while rents have increased astronomically. Half of all renters statewide — more than 3 million households — spend more than 30 percent of their income on rent, meeting the federal government’s definition of “rent-burdened.”

It’s not just renters: 16 percent of SoCal homeowners are also cost-burdened.

While high rents disproportionally and adversely affect low-income households, people of color, seniors, and families with children, California’s housing affordability crisis has a ripple effect that affects renters, homeowners, middle-income families, and low-income families alike. COVID-19 has made a brewing crisis hit its boiling point as millions of Californians face staggering unemployment and even further housing insecurity.

Housing is at the intersection of everything.
It affects everything and everyone. 

A Brewing Crisis Has Reached its Boiling Point

Have you wondered what rent control is and why our communities need it? Check out our video to learn more!

Will you join the movement for housing justice and help keep families in their homes?

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