Repeal Costa-Hawkins — because the rent is too damn high!

Affordable Housing Act

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California is in the middle of a housing affordability crisis.

$3200

Median rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Los Angeles

$4560

Median rent for a 2-bedroom in San Francisco

$2290

Median rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in San Diego

The Affordable Housing Act Would Ease the Burden on Renters.

The Affordable Housing Act is a proposed ballot measure that will give local communities the power to adopt rent control necessary to address the state’s housing affordability crisis by repealing the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act. Costa-Hawkins prevents cities and counties from applying rent control to apartments built after 1995 or to single-family rental units and condos. It also allows landlords to raise the rent as much as they want when a unit becomes vacant.

595,340 Signatures In for the Affordable Housing Act: Tenant Power Is On the Rise!
Passing the Affordable Housing Act will allow communities to establish rent control policies to adequately address the nation’s worst housing affordability and homelessness crisis.
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