Residents across the Bay Area struggle every day to find and hold on to their homes.
Two full-time workers, making $15 per hour – over $62k per year – can only afford to live in 5% of the region’s neighborhoods and 6 out of 10 households are at risk of displacement at any given time. Yet currently there is one house being constructed for every 6 jobs created.
Partnership for the Bay’s Future is one of the nation’s largest-ever housing initiatives and is a partnership between LISC and public and private Bay Area institutions.
The Partnership was created to increase the number of affordable housing units in the five-county region of the Bay Area and to advance a long-term regional policy agenda to foster the development of equitable communities of racial and economic diversity.
The Bay’s Future Fund (BFF), one of the Partnership’s initiatives, is a private pooled capital fund focused on preserving and producing approximately 8,000 housing units over the next 5-10 years by offering flexible capital to be invested directly in affordable, mixed and middle income housing projects
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