Homes for All Blog

Today, the Minnesota House DFL released their plan to reduce housing costs during the 2022 session. Homes for All is incredibly excited to see unprecedented and monumental $1.8 billion investments in housing across the continuum. These $1.8 billion investments will help us meet the critical and growing needs and ensure that all Minnesotans are safely and stably housed. 

We want to thank the House DFL for recognizing the need for investments across the continuum. We...

Over 550,000 households in Minnesota pay more than 30% of their income on housing costs, leaving families unable to afford basic costs like food and health care. And, we face a critical need for housing particularly for extremely low-income renters, those at or below 30% of the area median income, as there’s a shortage of over 105,000 affordable units for these renters across the state.And this represents just a small snapshot of the housing needs facing our...

 Homes for All - 2021 End of Session Budget and Policy Recap

By: Kari Johnson, Zack Eichten and Michael Dahl

Homes for All Policy Co-Chairs

The Homes for All coalition formed 10 years ago with a goal of bringing collective statewide advocacy to the Minnesota Capitol. Since then, Homes for All has grown to 270+ organizations reaching every corner of the state representing nonprofits, direct service providers, faith communities, the private sector, local municipalities, and philanthropic...

 Governor Walz ordered the eviction moratorium in March 2020 to help people stay safe in their homes and combat the spread of COVID-19. Throughout the past year, the eviction moratorium has helped saved countless lives and prevented further community spread of the virus. Additionally, we know the economic impacts of the pandemic continue to impact Minnesota households and many are now faced with potential eviction as the end of the moratorium is debated.

On June 9th, Homes for...

Homes for All was pleased to see a number of housing investments proposed in both the Senate and House  Tax Bills during the 2021 regular session. As lawmakers continue to finalize their work, we need your help to finally get new investments in affordable housing across the finish line. 

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For context, here are some things in the mix within the Tax Bills:

  • Workforce Homeownership Investments through Capture of the Mortgage Registry...

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Homes for All is a statewide coalition that advances shared policy initiatives that lead to housing stability for all Minnesotans. Homes for All supports statewide investment across Minnesota's Housing Continuum.