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New Realities for Minnesota’s Tax Exempt Bonding Authority for Housing

On March 2, 2017 the Family Housing Fund and Greater Minnesota Housing Fund hosted a forum with leaders of the affordable housing network. The forum covered the new realities that impact availability of federally authorized tax-exempt bonds in Minnesota. The discussion centered on a new proposal from Housing Advocates for Vitality and Equity Now (HAVEN)… More

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Student success starts with stable housing

Too many Minnesota students are struggling with homelessness. Housing instability keeps students from attending school consistently and diminishes their likelihood of achieving key measures like reading proficiency, a predictor of future success. With approximately 10,000 Minnesota children struggling with homelessness, Lt. Governor Tina Smith, state legislators, and education and child advocates highlighted the importance of… More

Low-income housing developers scramble for financing amid uncertainty about tax reform

Star Tribune reporter Emma Nelson reports that the election of Donald Trump has introduced great uncertainty as to the future of the critical low income housing tax credit program, a keystone in how affordable housing is financed today. Financing for low-income housing across Minnesota has dried up in recent months, leaving developers scrambling to fill gaps… More

GMHF releases Olmsted County Housing Framework

The 2016-2020 Housing Framework is the result of a multi-year, community-based planning process jointly led by Olmsted County and Rochester Area Foundation. These and other community partners are already taking steps to address the area's affordable housing shortage. The 2016-2020 Housing Framework presents "high," "medium," and "low" goal options for accelerating affordable housing production in… More

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Duluth’s Gateway Tower to receive $18.5M redo with MEF equity

They’re already planning to return in about a year to celebrate the end of a project so extensive it will replace virtually everything but the property’s concrete shell – and even that will be covered by a new contemporary metal skin. “We’re really happy to make an intervention to protect the building,” said Jeff Corey… More

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