Requests for Proposals
A Request for Proposal (RFP) is a formal invitation to potential contractors or grantees to submit a proposal. Proposals should identify how they will respond to the needs identified in the RFP.
Minnesota Housing reserves the right to cancel any open RFP. We are not obligated to award a contract or complete the work in the notices. All expenses incurred in responding to notices are solely the responsibility of the responder.
Consolidated RFP Process
The Consolidated RFP process is an annual cycle when we select proposals for multifamily and single-family developments. This process allows us to take into consideration many funding sources we have available at the same time, rather than issuing individual RFPs.
For multifamily developments, visit Multifamily Consolidated RFP.
For single-family developments, visit:
Geographic priorities and tools can help in documenting project applications. They assist in scoring applications for the Consolidated RFP process. For more information, visit Community Profiles.
A variety of funding RFPs are open throughout the year.
To find open RFPs for multifamily developments, visit:
To find open RFPs for single-family programs, visit:
For organizations and community development, learn about our Capacity Building Program.
Professional and Technical RFPs
There are currently no open Agency RFPs for services.