CHC Issues Statement on 2018 Governor’s Budget

Tax Reform Update from David Gasson, Boston Capital

Are we having fun yet? As we settle back in after the Thanksgiving holiday, and while we are hopefully thankful for our families health and happiness, on the legislative front it is a bit of a mixed bag. Prior to adjourning for the holiday, the House voted in favor of its tax reform bill by […]

CHC Joins CAR and CBIA to Denounce Federal Tax Reform Plan

Today, CHC was pleased to come together with members of California’s homebuilding, housing, and real estate community, including the California Association of Realtors and the California Building Industry Association, at a press conference in Sacramento to call on the 14 California GOP Congressmembers to stand up and protect housing for all Californians as they consider […]

H.R. 1 Tax Reform Action Alert

On Thursday, November 2, Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) and House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) unveiled their long-awaited tax reform plan.  H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, delivers substantial tax cuts, including a significant reduction in the top corporate income tax rate. To offset the cost of the cuts, many current tax incentives are eliminated or substantially […]

CHC Submits Comment on TCAC Fall 2017 Proposed Regulations

Thank you for the opportunity to provide comment on TCAC’s proposed regulatory changes.

Legislature Takes Action on Key Bills with the Support of Governor Brown

After years of tireless work, CHC is thrilled to share that the legislature has finally taken action to turn the tide on the housing catastrophe. Late last night and today, the Legislature took action on our key bills with the support of Governor Brown. It took tremendous collaboration, advocacy and education to move legislators from […]

Housing Leaders Applaud Sweeping Legislative Action to Turn Tide on Housing Catastrophe

California’s housing community is proud to have turned the tide on the crushing housing catastrophe by pressing for record-setting investment in affordable homes and removing barriers to building safe places for struggling Californians to live.

CHC Submits Comment on TCAC Opportunity Maps

Thank you for the opportunity to provide comment on TCAC’s Opportunity Maps and potential regulatory changes to promote large-family, new construction developments in high opportunity areas.

Too many Californians are too close to homelessness. Lawmakers, don’t fail them now

Democrats in the Legislature are right. What California is experiencing isn’t merely a housing crisis. It’s a housing “catastrophe” – and after years of stalemates and inaction, it’s encouraging that many at the Capitol are finally starting to treat it like one.

California Lawmakers Reach Agreement on Affordable Housing Bond

Governor Jerry Brown and Democratic leaders in the Senate and Assembly have reached a deal on a $4 billion bond measure to fund affordable housing in the state. The measure addresses one cause of California’s affordable housing crisis: a lack of state funding to construct homes for low-income residents.