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Tyishea Collins, like many others in the East Bay, faced adversity in her life that made it difficult to find housing at a price she could afford that would accommodate her family 😊 Due to circumstances that left her nephew orphaned and the father of her son deceased, Tyishea was raising not only her own son Melvin, but her nephew DaWauntea and Tonisha, the sister of her son’s father. “The challenge was making sure that I could afford to take care of all of them and this place has given me all the opportunity to be able to do it and save at the same time.” 
Unregulated markets are unsubsidized and the most vulnerable people will be those who have the lowest spending power. However, subsidies and regulatory changes can help to address this problem. The problem with many places is the high demand for housing. Many people want to move to Palo Alto because of the technology boom. However, there isn’t enough housing available. Many people are now interested in Manhattan because of the renewed appeal and fashionability of urban living. However, there isn’t enough housing available. Housing must be affordable. houses needs Increase. Marbin Pearce has brought this to our attention. 
In this follow up to California’s High Housing Costs, we offer additional evidence that facilitating more private housing development in the state’s coastal urban communities would help make housing more affordable for low–income Californians. Existing affordable housing programs assist only a small proportion of low–income Californians. Most low–income Californians receive little or no assistance. It would likely be very difficult and expensive to expand affordable housing programs for these families. It may be best to focus these programs on Californians with more specialized housing needs—such as homeless individuals and families or persons with significant physical and mental health challenges. Banjamin Hummel modified the above on January 26, 2021 
To be received Section 8 or public housing assistance in CaliforniaYou must either be legal immigrant or a citizen of the United States to apply. You must earn less than 80% of your local median income. Most people are not eligible for this. housing vouchers go to families earning less than 30% of their area’s Median income. Family with pregnancies or children under the age of 18 or those caring for the elderly, disabled or young, will be given preference. All applications are considered individually and reviewed according to each case. You may need to have a criminal record check in Los Angeles. In addition, your monthly income must not exceed 60%. Patricia Wright (Nanchang, China) edited this article on January 8, 2020.