Family Housing Fund
801 Nicollet Mall, Ste 1825
Minneapolis, MN - 55402
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There Remain Thousands Of Families In The Twin Cities Who Are Paying Too Much Of Their Income On Housing Costs, Living In Substandard Housing Or Crowded Conditions, Or Without A Permanent Place To Live At All. And, As The Population Of Our Metropolitan Area Changes And Grows, The Need For New Affordable Housing Grows With It.
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We provide listings of area low income or affordable apartment home options. Due to waiting lists or lack of availability, you may not be able to get an apartment. But, you must make the call.
Due to current day circumstances, you may need to make many calls to apartments to find any availabilty.
Family Housing Fund Rent Rates
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|Feb 18, 2017||$1,200||Income Based||3 bdrm|
|Jan 18, 2016||$710||Income Based||1 bdrm|
|Jan 14, 2016||$400||per month||2 bdrm|
|Dec 22, 2015||$800||per month||4 bdrm|
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