Quarterly California Housing Affordability Update: Traditional Housing
C.A.R.’s Housing Affordability Index (HAI) measures the percentage of households that can afford to purchase a median-priced, single-family home in California. C.A.R. also reports affordability indices for regions and select counties within the state. The index is considered the most fundamental measure of housing well-being for home buyers in the state.
A Turning Point for California Real Estate: Forecasting the Future at Home & Work
CCRE convened a panel of experts to discuss the future of work and home, and the changes wrought by the pandemic. Participants included Jason Ward, an associate economist and associate director of the RAND Center for Housing and Homelessness in Los Angeles; Sara Kimberlin, senior policy analyst for the California Budget & Policy Center; and Kevin Klowden, executive director of the Milken Institute.
C.A.R.’s Housing Market Survey
C.A.R.’s Annual Housing Market Survey is an annual snapshot of market conditions across the state and how they might have affected home-buying and home-selling behavior. The survey report discusses the financial aspects of the real estate environment and provides insights on investors, foreign buyers, and other tiers of consumer demographics.