The Affordable Housing Pipeline   presented by   Jamboree Housing Corporation
Jamboree Housing Corporation, affordable housing developer

Who lives in affordable housing?

The people living in affordable, workforce or attainable communities are actually from diverse backgrounds, professions, family situations, living arrangements, and lifestyles. In fact, most affordable housing residents are seeking safe and decent housing that will allow them to live self-sufficient lives in a good community.

Jamboree’s workforce communities serve households that earn between 30% and 60% of area median income (AMI). The application process for prospective Jamboree residents includes income verification, a credit check, a criminal background investigation, and a tenant interview.

Based on AMI, here are examples of the types of jobs held by various income groups.

Types of jobs held by various income groups – state AMI and 60% AMI in CA from HUD. Jobs held by 50% and 30% of state AMI in CA from HUD. 

These numbers reflect a statewide area median income as reported in the FY 2018  State Income Limits published annually by HUD.

Jamboree's award-winning Rockwood is home to families and formerly homeless in Anaheim, CA.
Jamboree's Emerald Grove is extensively renovated senior affordable housing in Huntington Beach, CA
Residents at Jamboree's Diamond in Anaheim includes permanent supportive housing for formerly homeless
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