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Manufactured Housing in Minnesota.

Author: 
Rosenberg, Leigh, Warren Kramer, and Margaret Kaplan.

Manufactured housingラhousing built entirely within a factory settingラis a significant source of affordable, unsubsidized housing in Minnesota. In December 2008, the CURA Housing Forum offered various perspectives on the issue of manufactured housing. This article briefly summarizes the perspectives of the three organizations that were represented at the forum: the Minnesota Housing Partnership, which provides a comprehensive array of resources that help local organizations, businesses, communities, and elected officials in Minnesota ensure that all Minnesotans have safe and affordable housing; the Northcountry Cooperative Foundation, which develops affordable housing by converting manufactured-home communities into resident-owned communities; and All Parks Alliance for Change, a tenants union for manufactured-home residents in Minnesota.

Journal: 
CURA Reporter
Publication date: 
2008
Publisher: 
Minneapolis: Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA)
Sponsor: 
Sponsored by the CURA Housing Forum.
Pages: 
38 (3-4): 22-23
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CURA call number: 
Reporter 38 (3-4)

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