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Manufactured Home Community Redevelopment Program

The Manufactured Home Community Redevelopment Program is a grant program to fund infrastructure improvements or the acquisition of manufactured home parks. It addresses the needs of aging manufactured home communities around the state and prioritizes projects based on health, safety and critical need improvements. The program also prioritizes projects that leverage support from local municipalities or projects converting a community to a cooperative ownership model.

Eligible applicants include privately, publicly or cooperatively owned communities, as well as nonprofit organizations acting as an intermediary on behalf of a park.

Funds will be available through an annual competitive request for proposals (RFP) process, beginning in summer with funding recommendations selected mid-winter.

2022 Request for Proposal (RFP) Online Application

Manufactured Home Relocation Trust Fund

The 2007 Minnesota Legislature created the Manufactured Home Relocation Trust Fund to provide compensation to participating manufactured homeowners in the event that all or part of their manufactured home park closes.

Application Materials

  • Manufactured Housing Relocation Trust Fund Application Form
  • Manufactured Housing Relocation Trust Fund Application Instructions and Checklist
  • Certification of Inability to Relocate Manufactured Home and Eligibility of Payment
  • Manufactured Housing Relocation Trust Fund Application Form (Spanish)
  • Manufactured Housing Relocation Trust Fund Application Instructions and Checklist (Spanish)
  • Certification of Inability to Relocate Manufactured Home and Eligibility of Payment (Spanish)

Manufactured Home Community Financing

Minnesota Housing may provide financing for manufactured home communities throughout Minnesota. For more information on available terms and conditions, contact MNHousing.ManufacturedHomes@state.mn.us.

Feature: "Better Together"

In “Better Together,” two dynamic women, Bev Adrian and Natividad Seefeldt, share their journeys in pursuing a cooperative ownership model in which residents own their home as well as the land under it. Doing so insulates them from potential sales of their communities that could displace residents.

Investing in manufactured housing infrastructure is an emerging area at Minnesota Housing.