Minnesota Housing welcomes Rinal Ray as Assistant Commissioner. Ray's experience includes advocating for people experiencing homelessness.
Read our latest news releases and other updates.
Ray to lead new Housing Stability Division
2024-2027 Strategic Plan Draft Available
Minnesota Housing released its draft 2024-2027 Strategic Plan for public comment.
Last chance for HomeHelpMN: Apply by 5 p.m. July 7
Last day to apply for mortgage assistance through HomeHelpMN
Deadline to apply for HomeHelpMN is July 7
Last chance for struggling homeowners to seek up to $50,000
Investing in homes that are affordable and accessible
Learn how Minnesota Housing is meeting accessibility standards through our programs.
HomeHelpMN funds going fast – apply now!
Apply for HomeHelpMN now before the program runs out of funds and the program moves to a waitlist.
Behind on your mortgage? Get help now.
If you or someone you know has fallen behind due to a financial impact during the pandemic, the HomeHelpMN program may be able to help.
Action Plan: Notice of Public Comment & Hearing
The State of Minnesota is developing its 2023 Housing and Community Development Action Plan and wants your feedback.
2023 Consolidated RFP accepting applications
The competitive process makes funding available to help build and preserve homes that are affordable throughout Minnesota.
$50 million to prevent family homelessness
Governor Walz signed a bill that provides $50 million to prevent family homelessness.
Minnesota Housing leads in social impact bonds
Minnesota Housing issued the third-most bonds in the country designated as having positive social impacts in 2022.
HomeHelpMN workshops for homeowners
HomeHelpMN is offering free workshops for applicants this Saturday, March 25 in Minneapolis and on April 11 in St. Cloud.
“Where We Live” film captures 50-year history
Minnesota Housing released “Where We Live,” a film featuring its founding, program evolution and the people it serves.
2022 Selections announced
State and federal funding selections will create and preserve 2,156 homes Minnesotans can afford.
Kao named General Counsel
New General Counsel, Irene Kao, brings experience partnering with elected officials, city attorneys and other stakeholders.
Mohamed joins as CIO
Minnesota Housing named Rudi Mohamed its Chief Information Officer. Mohamed is known for his transformative IT solutions.