California

Housing Cost Burden by Income Group

Affordable and Available Homes per 100 Renter Households

All Gap Data for California

CaliforniaLos Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA (Metro)Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA (Metro)Sacramento--Roseville--Arden-Arcade, CA (Metro)San Diego-Carlsbad, CA (Metro)San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA (Metro)San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA (Metro)
Extremely Low Income Households and Available Rentals
Extremely Low Income Renter Households 1,308,774 485,832 113,414 79,172 101,127 179,909 58,029
Affordable and Available Rental Homes 305,179 95,456 20,738 17,155 20,656 59,060 18,636
Surplus (Deficit) of Affordable and Available Rental Units
At or below EXTREMELY LOW INCOME -1,003,595 -390,376 -92,676 -62,017 -80,471 -120,849 -39,393
At or below 50% AMI -1,438,305 -605,547 -127,134 -78,223 -136,738 -146,660 -51,883
Affordable and Available Rental Units per 100 Households at or below Threshold
At or below Extremely Low Income 23 20 18 22 20 33 32
At or below 50% AMI 33 25 32 41 26 48 45
At or below 80% AMI 69 57 70 86 65 78 81
At or below 100% AMI 86 77 88 98 87 91 96
% of Renter Households with Cost Burden
At Extremely Low Income 89 91 92 90 90 84 90
Extremely Low Income to 50% AMI 86 89 86 85 89 77 80
51% to 80% AMI 65 70 68 60 70 54 56
81 to 100% AMI 40 46 41 28 45 32 34
% of Renter Households with Severe Cost Burden
At Extremely Low Income 76 80 80 79 80 67 71
ELI to 50% AMI 49 56 47 40 56 37 38
51% to 80% AMI 17 22 19 9 20 12 9
81 to 100% AMI 5 7 4 2 4 3 1