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2018 Impact Fund Income Limits
Please note: In the May 4, 2018 eNews, we listed an incorrect Impact Fund income limit. The 11-County Twin Cities Metro Area 115% limit is $108,500. Please see below for the complete table.
Community Homeownership Impact Fund (Impact Fund)
The following income limits are effective for Impact Fund units completed or closed on or after May 1, 2018:
Gross House Income
11-County Twin Cities Metro Area*
Rochester MSA**
Balance of State
50%
$47,200
$45,300
$42,100
60%
$56,600
$54,300
$50,600
80%
$75,500
$72,400
$67,400
100%
$94,300
$90,500
$84,200
115%
$108,500
$104,100
$96,900
Income limits for the Impact Fund target households at or below 115% of the state or area median income. Co-funder partners' program income limits vary. Consult with specific co-funder partners for additional information.
*Counties of Anoka, Carver, Chisago, Dakota, Hennepin, Isanti, Ramsey, Scott, Sherburne, Washington and Wright
**Dodge and Olmsted Counties
Single Family Request for Proposal (SF RFP) Technical Assistance Webinars
Minnesota Housing, along with our funding partners, Greater Minnesota Housing Fund and Metropolitan Council, will post pre-recorded SF RFP technical webinars on the Community Homeownership Impact Fund webpage on or before May 10, 2018. The webinars provide specific RFP and program information. The webinars will be located here
2019 Affordable Housing Plan (AHP)
We need your input!
As we start developing our 2019 Affordable Housing Plan (AHP), we want to hear from you. The AHP is Minnesota Housing's business plan for 2019 (starting October 2018), and lays out funding levels and key programs/policy initiatives for the year.

Please take a few minutes to give us your input by responding to a short survey. The survey will remain open through Friday, May 18th.
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How your input will be used
Your input will be used as we develop the 2019 AHP over the summer. In mid-August, we will release a draft AHP for a comment period and then submit the final AHP to our board in late September for approval.
Other information related to the AHP
For reference, here are links to three related documents:
We greatly value your input, and it is important to the AHP process!
Questions?
Contact the Partner Solutions Team with questions at 651.296.8215 or 800.710.8871 between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on business days.
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