An innovative approach to the housing crisis in Tahoe.

The Problem

 
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Housing Inventory

80% of the homes in Tahoe are large, single-family second homes. We need higher density affordable housing for our workforce, which developers aren’t incentivized to build.

 
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Empty homes

More than 65% of North Lake Tahoe’s current housing inventory sits empty the majority of the year. At the same time, hundreds of locals compete for very few available rental units.

 
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Impact

6,000+ people in our workforce commute daily into North Lake Tahoe from surrounding regions. Not only is that a lot of gas, but it means that when the roads are closed, businesses suffer.

How it works

Our trusted housing-matching platform is the best place in Tahoe to list your home or find housing. We connect homeowners looking to rent their second-homes, rental properties, in-law units, or rooms out to local employees who are in need housing. Let us help you!

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We’re not going to build ourselves out of the housing problem. With it’s innovative approach, Landing can have a substantial impact by opening up new rental properties in Tahoe.
— Stacy Caldwell, Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation
 
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For Homeowners

Landing provides stable income and vetted tenants for your vacation home in Truckee. We work with you to get the most out of your investment and you can feel good knowing you are helping with the local housing issue.

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We see Landing as an effective way to reduce the housing issues in the area. By making existing housing available to long-term and seasonal residents of Truckee-Tahoe, our businesses and communities will be much stronger.
— Doug Wright, Mountain Hardware
 

For employees & employers

We know finding a place to live in Tahoe is hard. Employers struggle to staff their businesses each year because employees can't find places to live. Landing finds underutilized vacation homes and makes them available for locals seasonally and long-term.

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