Minnesota Housing released the data for the 2022 Consolidated RFP/2023 LIHTC program year.
Minnesota Housing published several documents for its 2022 Multifamily Consolidated Request for Proposals/2023 Housing Tax Credits Round One:
Minnesota Housing’s new XML Upload to Port tool is now available. If your property management software has the ability to export tenant data from your software system into a XML file, the new Minnesota Housing’s XML Upload to PORT Submission Site may be used to quickly populate your property’s unit events into PORT.
Minnesota Housing will host a Consolidated RFP/LIHTC Technical Assistance Kickoff Event on April 19 and 20 in preparation for the 2022 Multifamily Consolidated Request for Proposals (RFP)/2023 LIHTC Round 1.
Minnesota Housing is now accepting applications for Round 2 of the 2022 LIHTC Program.
Minnesota Housing is now accepting applications for Round Two of the 2022 LIHTC Program. Approximately $1 million in LIHTCs will be available, including $375,000 from the Rural Development (RD) set aside.
Minnesota Housing is beginning to develop its 2024-2025 QAP. Because Minnesota Housing forward allocates LIHTCs, the 2024-2025 QAP will set the overall funding priorities for the 2023 and the 2024 Consolidated Request for Proposals.
Minnesota Housing is seeking feedback to help inform the design of a program intended to provide housing services and support to help Minnesota households maintain their housing during the pandemic.
Minnesota Housing will hold a hearing on its 2024-2025 QAP and 2023-2024 Consolidated Request for Proposals (RFP) funding priorities from 10:30 a.m. to noon CT on December 15. Register here.
In the coming months, Minnesota Housing will lead and participate in several engagement opportunities that will gather input from a variety of stakeholders on its 2024-2025 QAP and 2023-2024 Consolidated Request for Proposals (RFP) funding priorities.
The State of Minnesota is developing its draft Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report and Performance Evaluation Report for 2021.
The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 appropriated $5 billion to be administered by HUD under the HOME Investment Partnerships Program to increase housing stability by assisting individuals, households or other vulnerable populations who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.