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Due Diligence in the Portal

Beginning this year, all pre- and post-construction due diligence checklists for 2017 selected applications will be created and managed in the Multifamily Customer Portal.

The Portal will facilitate all document submissions and allow for collaboration on documents in the due diligence phase.

Some developers choose to submit all forms themselves, while others choose to have their architects, attorneys or supportive housing providers submit their documents themselves. Customers can decide who should submit documents on behalf of the selected project. We suggest choosing two to three individuals who will be the core team submitting documents.

The checklists in the Portal allows for improvements to our due diligence process:

  • Customers have visibility to their due diligence checklists in real time, and can see the approval status of all submitted items.

  • Customers and Minnesota Housing staff can comment back and forth on a document, if there are any changes or questions to a document that must be addressed before the document is approved. These comments can be viewed in real time, allowing clarification on changes to happen more quickly and easily.

  • Deadlines for document submissions are set according to desired close date.

  • Funding and Collaborating Partners who have selected the development can also log in and view the project throughout the due diligence process.

There is not an export function, where you can export the checklist and send on to your development team. This is a great reason to request that your team members have access to your project in the Portal, especially if they are responsible for submitting documents.

In order for a team member to be added to access your project:

  1. They must have a Portal account. If they do not have one already, request a Portal account.

  2. Complete the and submit to your loan processor.

Apply for Funding in the Portal

Beginning with the 2017 Consolidated RFP and 2018 Housing Tax Credit Round 1, developers will apply for funding through the Portal. The portal will allow our customers to log in and custom build an application checklist based on the type of proposal they will submit, and upload all application materials through the portal.
To request an account, please complete one request per organization through our online form. You must include contact information for your organization, as well as a list of each staff person from your organization that needs to access our Portal.
If staff from your organization has a Portal account from previous funding rounds, you do not need to request a new account.