About Minnesota Housing
Minnesota Housing finances affordable housing for low- and moderate-income Minnesotans while fostering strong communities.
Over the next year, Minnesota Housing will invest nearly $795 million to further our five strategic priorities:
- Preserve federally-subsidized rental housing
- Promote and support successful homeownership
- Address specific and critical needs in rental housing markets
- Prevent and end homelessness
- Prevent foreclosures and support community recovery
The Work of Minnesota Housing
For more than 40 years, Minnesota Housing has worked to provide access to safe, decent and affordable housing and to build stronger communities across the state. It has a national reputation as one of the finest housing finance agencies in the country and has built an enduring alliance among partners in the for-profit, non-profit and government sectors to achieve its mission.
Minnesota Housing offers products and services to help Minnesotans buy and fix up their homes and to stabilize neighborhoods, communities and families. It also supports the development and preservation of affordable rental housing through both financing and long term asset management. It has pioneered a successful model for supportive housing that helps stabilize the lives of some of the state’s most vulnerable citizens.
In 2012, Minnesota Housing invested $639 million and assisted nearly 63,000 households.