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Reduce homelessness. Help seniors.

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What is this measure?

A tiny tax on mega mansions to pay for homeless housing

Only Millionaires & Billionaires Pay

If you’re not selling property for $5 million or more, you won’t pay.

Reduce Homelessness

Drafted by homelessness and housing experts who know what works—not politicians.

Helps Seniors

Provides financial assistance to low-income seniors on the brink of homelessness.

Improves Life in LA City

Takes immediate action to make LA a safer and cleaner place to live.

Who supports it?

We are homelessness and housing experts — not politicians.

United to House LA was drafted by homeless service providers, affordable housing nonprofits, labor unions, and renters’ rights groups.

The measure was put on the ballot by thousands of renters and homeowners who agree that LA needs to take real and immediate action to reduce homelessness and protect seniors.

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How does it work?

Our measure would tax real estate that sells for more than $5 million in LA City.

  • The mansion tax would generate funding to reduce homelessness and protect low-income seniors, creating a one-time tax for millionaires, billionaires, and corporations that only kicks in when they sell properties in LA for more than $5 million.
  • It would immediately provide housing for people living on the streets, send emergency assistance to low-income seniors in danger of becoming homeless, and provide legal aid to renters.
  • The measure would be implemented with the strongest oversight in LA’s history.

Read the full measure:

Paid for by United to House LA, Sponsored by Nonprofit Community Organizations. 777 S. Figueroa Street, Suite 4050, Los Angeles, CA 90017

Committee major funding from: Service Employees International Union Local 2015; Los Angeles County Building and Construction Trades Council; Southern California District Council of Laborers. Additional information is available at

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