Apple announces $2.5 billion plan to tackle California housing crisis

Apple announces $2.5 billion plan to tackle California housing crisis

Apple has announced a $2.5 billion package to address the housing crisis in California. The commitment includes $1 billion in affordable housing investments, $1 billion in mortgage assistance for first-time buyers, and $300 million worth of Apple land opened up to affordable housing projects. Apple said it is partnering with Gov. Newsom, the state of California and community organizations.

KCooper
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Rhokanth
Rhokanth 3 months

Mortgage assistance just makes house prices go up. Do people not learn anything?

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