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it meant a homeownership option he could afford in a neighborhood where he wanted to stay
I know the difference between an organization that does work in the community, and one that works on behalf of community members.
This would provide her the opportunity to own a home that met her needs in a price range that was affordable to her.
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When housing costs soar, Minnesota tenants and homebuyers get creative
MPR News 2022
As the cost of shelter goes up, some people are turning to alternative ways to afford the roof over their head.
Tenants of troubled Minneapolis
landlord become homeowners
Star Tribune 2019
On Friday tenants were all smiles as they became owners of the properties they
lived in. Under the arrangement, the buildings will be rehabbed.
North Minneapolis African American Housing Opportunity Study
Strategic Goals offered through North Minneapolis African American Housing Opportunity Study
To better understand what housing challenges faced the community
To begin to identify strategic housing policies and supports that would best benefit the African American community
To create opportunities to inform the community about resources that already exist
The North Minneapolis
Housing Opportunity Survey
The Kris Nelson Community-Based Research Program is coordinated by the
Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) at the University of Minnesota,
and is supported by funding from the McKnight Foundation.
Affordable Housing Gap Analysis
The City of Minneapolis is conducting a similar study which kicked off in June 2019 and
is scheduled to deliver the final report in early 2020. The city’s Long Term Affordable
Housing Policy Study is aimed at understanding the the expansion of long-term
affordable housing ownership.
The Return on Community Investment (RoCI) report provides a snapshot of how the City of Lakes
Community Land Trust maximizes public investment in long-term affordable homeownership.
CLCLT Resales Report
From time-to-time, the CLCLT analyzes homeowner resales to measure the effectiveness of its 25% appraisal-based resale formula. The anticipated hope/goal is that the CLCLT is able to serve, on average, households with similar incomes at each resale as the first household(s) served.
CLCLT HO Summary
Each year, the CLCLT updates its numbers on the demographic make-up of who it has served over the life of the organization. Summarizes households served by program as well as by year.