Read Our 2021 Yearly Report: Regional Challenges and Opportunities for Housing Development in Inland Southern California
In our 2021 yearly report, Regional Challenges and Opportunities for Housing Development in Inland Southern California, we examine some of the most pressing development issues throughout the Region, including, but not limited to, an analysis of the RHNA process, COVID-19 & housing instability, the Housing Element Law, and housing production trends since 1990. A variety of findings are presented in order to offer key insights into how public policy should be formulated around these key issues at the local, regional and state levels.
Register for Our Upcoming Event: Challenges and Opportunities for Housing Development in the Inland Region - June 29th, 3:00 - 4:15 PM
Join the Inland Center for Sustainable Development, Dr. Stephanie Houston (Assistant Superintendent at the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools), Steve Pontell (President and Chief Executive Officer of National CORE), Bill Higgins (Executive Director of CALCOG), and Kome Ajise (Executive Director of SCAG) for a panel discussion about trends in housing, education, and regional issues in addition to a presentation of ICSD's latest research and 2021 yearly report. Register here.
Read Our Latest Report: Living with the COVID-19 Pandemic for a Year: The Exacerbated Housing Insecurity Issue
In this report, we provide an update on housing (in)security in the US with a special focus on the Inland Region.
Housing in the News
How Remote Work will Affect California's Housing Crisis
By: Mat Levin; December 22, 2020
The Housing Market is Red Hot. How Long Can it Last?
By: Andrew Khouri; December 22, 2020
By: Neal J. Leitereg; Date May 19, 2020