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Facts about homelessness in the Bay Area

• California has 3.5 million fewer homes than needed, according to a 2016 McKinsey Global Institute study. The average California home costs 2.5 times the national average while average California rent is 50 percent higher than the national average.

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— By Kate Bradshaw

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