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To address housing needs, the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) has aided in the creation or preservation of 13,800 multifamily rental housing units since Fiscal Year 2020. This represents a total investment of about $2.6 billion in housing.

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Housing Developments and Programs


Over $151 million used to finance 13,113 units of affordable housing with Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC)


Over $1.59 billion used to finance single-family home mortgages and down payment assistance for 11,627 households.


Over 249,980 people have been helped through the COVID Emergency Rental Assistance Program with more than $913,562,600 in aid.


Over $49,871,000 has been used to help homeowners prevent the personal devastation of foreclosure through the Michigan Homeowner Assistance Fund.



1,959 units
Over $30 million used to finance 1,959 units of affordable housing using the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC)

1,099 rentals
$107.8 million used to finance 1,099 rental units

4,391 homes
Over $499 million used to finance 4,391 single-family homes

$51 million 
$51 million granted to 120 different local entities for homelessness prevention 

Andy's Place housing project

Andy's Place, Jackson

Andy's Place in Jackson provides long-term care for individuals struggling with opioid and other substance abuse disorders. 

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Coolidge Park Apartments, Flint

Communities First, a nonprofit organization, transformed Calvin Coolidge Elementary which closed in 2011 into a new mixed-use building. 


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Osborn Commons, Sault Ste. Marie

A 65-unit mixed-income apartment building with 63 affordable housing units located in downtown Sault Ste. Marie