All the neighbors you haven’t met yet—
All the neighbors you haven’t met yet—
Strong communities help one another thrive.
Find out about your new neighbors.
Say hi, Jane!
Say hi, Jane!
It’s a story about people who do vital work in their communities, and who have called the area home their whole lives.
See how we enable people like Jane.
Living in a bubble?
Living in a bubble?
Life is full of all different kinds of people, with all different kinds of experiences. Our families benefit from seeing diversity in action!
See how we benefit family.
The collaboration community.
The collaboration community.
Some think, some make—but we all contribute. Let’s help each other play our own part.
Collaborate with us.
Well rounded development.
Well rounded development.
Without the breadth of knowledge that diverse communities bring, it all ends up being a bit square.
Let’s get on a roll!
House proud!
House proud!
We make great homes that people love to live in. That’s something we can all take pride in.
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What does all of it mean?
  • What is affordable housing?
    What is affordable housing?

    Homes that people can afford—pretty simple right? Affordable housing is housing rented or sold at a lower than market rate. We work through federal, state, and local programs to make sure that affluent communities in Silicon Valley don’t miss out on the true richness of people because of the high cost of housing. We believe governments, non-profits, and advocates must work together to keep our communities affordable!

    Learn why we think it’s important.
  • Who is it for?
    Who is it for?
    It sounds like something we all want.

    We agree—it is! But we’re specifically talking about the people whose income level makes them eligible to live in these properties. They’re people we meet everyday who live and work in our community. From caregivers to servers, they’re families whose children will be the next generation of Bay Area talent. They’re neighbors who may fall on a wide spectrum of income, but one thing is clear: they deserve to thrive in their own communities.

    Do I qualify?
  • Why should you care?
    Why should you care?
    Welcome to my backyard!

    We all want to help one another—but sometimes the “not in my backyard” mentality gets the best of us. The good news is, welcoming people has huge benefits: more people get the chance to succeed; our children grow up learning to get along with all types of people, and we get to know the people around us are safe, secure, and happy.

    See what this community is all about.
Recent News
Advocacy
By Robert Dietz on October 16, 2014 • (0) A new study of California affordable housing developments provides important findings...
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Advocacy
Article from the East Bay Housing Organizations This week, Dr. Alex Karner and Dr. Chris Brenner published an op-ed piece...
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