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The Community Homeownership Impact Fund

The Community Homeownership Impact Fund (Impact Fund) provides funding for developers and administrators of single family, owner-occupied affordable housing activity throughout the state. Funding is accessed through a competitive Single Family Request for Proposals (RFP) process.

The 2023 Single Family RFP is closed. The next funding round will be offered in spring 2024. The materials below are from the 2023 RFP and used for reference only. 

2023 Single Family Request for Proposals (RFP)

2023 Single Family Request for Proposal

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Application Materials

General Application

All applicants must complete the General Application and Workbook, and the Affirmative Action Certification.
Non-governmental organizations and for-profit organizations must also complete the applicable Organizational Capacity and Review Form.

Additional Submission Items by Proposal Housing Activity Type

Only complete the applicable Housing Activity Section(s). 

Acquisition/Rehabilitation/Resale Housing Activity Section

(Stand-Alone) Affordability Gap Housing Activity Section

New Construction/Demolition - Rebuild Housing Activity Section

Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation Housing Activity Section (includes CFUL Write Down)

Tribal Indian Housing Program (TIHP) Activity Section

Supplemental Application

Community Profiles and Methodology Documents

Co-Funder and Partner Information

Single Family Green Communities Resources

Impact Fund Training

Impact Fund Training

Impact Fund RFP Technical Assistance

Community Profiles

In the Community Profiles, Minnesota Housing uses 24 indicators to identify communities by housing need. While the need for more affordable housing is substantial and increasing in Minnesota, limited resources are available to meet the need. The Community Profiles offer one tool to assist in guiding investment decisions to maximize impact.

Cross-Agency Training - Address Gaps in your Community: Leverage Multiple Home Improvement Programs

Green Resources


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In connection with Single Family Division loan programs, Minnesota Housing does not make or arrange loans. It is neither an originator nor creditor and is not affiliated with any Lender. The terms of any mortgage finance transactions conducted in connection with these programs, including important information such as loan fees, the annual percentage rate (APR), repayment conditions, disclosures, and any other materials which are required to be provided to the consumer are the responsibility of the Lender.