Homes for All 101

Click here for a Powerpoint that explains Homes for All, the legislative process, our 2018 agenda and key housing issues.

Homes for All one-pagers

Reports and factsheets

2018 Legislative District Profiles | The Legislative District Profiles are created by Minnesota Housing Partnership (MHP) and updated every two years. The Legislative District Profiles highlight housing need and data specific to each district with additional information about the state of Minnesota.

State of the State's Housing 2017 | Created by the Minnesota Housing Partnership, the State of the State's Housing is a comprehensive overview of key housing metrics at the county, region and state levels. In addition to spotlighting key trends, like the gap between the costs of housing and the salaries of in-demand jobs, the report also ranks counties on benchmarks like renter cost burden and showcases issues like aging housing stock with dynamic maps.

An Assessment of Demand for Affordable Senior Housing in Minnesota | The 2016 report by Maxfield Research details projected need for affordable senior housing throughout the state. Read a summary of the report. Read the press release for key findings.

National Housing Preservation Database | The National Housing Preservation Database was created by the Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation (PAHRC) and the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) in an effort to provide communities with the information they need to effectively preserve their stock of public and affordable housing. It incorporates all available data on federally subsidized housing properties and includes nine separate funding streams. 

Communicating about housing and homelessness

FrameWorks Institute | Research and Recommendations on housing communications 

Photo from Homes for All rally in 2017 by Thai Phan-Quang

Who We Are

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.