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North Dakota Housing Finance Agency accepting applications for $900,000 in development funding


BISMARCK, North Dakota — The North Dakota Housing Finance Agency is holding an application round for about $900,000 in development funding.

The agency said Tuesday it's accepting applications for the development of affordable multi-family housing for essential service workers in certain communities. It's also open to development plans for low- to moderate-income households throughout the state.

The application deadline is Sept. 30.

The money comes from the state Housing Incentive Fund. It has leveraged more than $240 million for construction of 1,500 new rental units since its creation in 2011.



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