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NOAH Apartment by Greg Gjerdingen

Editorial: Another way to keep housing affordable

From a June 22, 2017 editorial in the Pioneer Press. Not all affordable housing is government-supported or subsidized. Across the nation and in the Twin Cities, there’s also so-called “naturally occurring” affordable housing — by acronym, NOAH. Much of it includes modest but good-quality apartment complexes built between the World War II era and the 1980s… More

UCAP in Marshall

Making a home in Marshall

United Community Action Partnership helps provide a long list of needed services in southwest Minnesota, including services related to housing. But, Jeff Gladis said, this was something different for the organization: actually building new houses. On Wednesday, Gladis, the housing director at UCAP, came together with other representatives from UCAP, the city of Marshall, Turkey… More

NOAH in the Twin Cities gets financing boost from Freddie Mac

Here’s an acronym to get behind: NOAH, for naturally occurring affordable housing. Freddie Mac, the federal mortgage agency, is offering $100 million to finance first-time mortgages as part of a larger effort to preserve affordable housing in and around Minneapolis. The NOAH Impact Fund, an equity fund launched last year by the non-profit Greater Minnesota… More

Groups hope $25M fund will preserve lower-priced rentals in Twin Cities

Neal St. Anthony reported in his Sunday column in the Star Tribune that the NOAH Impact Fund will officially launch on Tuesday, June 6. The Greater Minnesota Housing Fund, which helps finance affordable housing for the swelling ranks of the working poor, will announce Tuesday a $25 million fund that is expected to acquire up… More

Addressing the Need for Affordable Housing in Southeast Minnesota

From KAAL-TV: Affordable housing is a topic on the minds of many local leaders, and as Rochester and Southeast Minnesota continues to grow that topic is a top priority.“Workforce development is a huge issue for our entire economic region," said Steve Borchardt with the Rochester Area Foundation. Concerned members of the public, city leaders and… More

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