Permits the establishment of an intergenerational housing development that includes senior citizens along with caregivers and transition age youths, under specified conditions.

Requires every city and county to implement an online, automated permitting platform that verifies code compliance and instantaneously issues permits for a residential photovoltaic solar energy system and an energy storage system paired with a residential photovoltaic solar energy system, with some exceptions.

Creates a state CDFI fund to provide grants and loans to CDFIs for a variety of activities in low-income communities.

Creates the Housing Acquisition and Rehabilitation Technical Assistance program at HCD.

Requires the State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission to identify and implement programs to promote existing and new building decarbonization.

Creates the Affordable Disaster Housing Revolving Development and Acquisition Program to provide funding to CDFIs to fund affordable housing production, preservation, and rehabilitation in the wake of natural disasters.

Makes recorded covenants, conditions, restrictions, or limits on the use of land that restrict the number or size of the residences that may be built on a property, or that restrict the number of people may reside on the property, unenforceable against the owner of an affordable housing development.

Adds SB 330 to the list of laws HCD can enforce under AB 72.

Requires cities and counties to allow accessory dwelling units built by non-profits and deed restricted as affordable to be sold separately from the primary residence on the property. Currently cities and counties are allowed to do this but are not required