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Craig Helmstetter 071210
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Craig Helmstetter 071210
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Craig Helmstetter 071210
Craig Helmstetter 071210
Craig Helmstetter 071210
Craig Helmstetter 071210
Craig Helmstetter 071210
Craig Helmstetter 071210
Craig Helmstetter 071210
Craig Helmstetter 071210
Craig Helmstetter 071210
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Presentation from the Bring Workers Home workforce housing regional forum in Minneapolis on July 12, 2010

Presentation from the Bring Workers Home workforce housing regional forum in Minneapolis on July 12, 2010

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  • Income groups are based on guidelines set by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and are indexed for household size. The 2007 HUD Median Family Income for a family of four in the Twin Cities 13-county metropolitan area is $77,600. Income groups by household size 1 Person 2 Person 3 Person 4 Person 5 Person 6 Person 7 Person 8 Person Extremely low income $16,500 $18,850 $21,200 $23,550 $25,450 $27,300 $29,200 $31,100 Very low income $27,500 $31,400 $35,350 $39,250 $42,400 $45,550 $48,650 $51,800 Lower income $33,000 $37,700 $42,400 $47,100 $50,900 $54,600 $58,400 $62,200 Low income $41,700 $47,700 $53,650 $59,600 $64,350 $69,150 $73,900 $78,650 Moderate income $55,000 $62,800 $70,700 $78,500 $84,800 $91,100 $97,300 $103,600 Greater than med. Inc. >$55,000 > $62,800 >$70,700 > $78,500 > $84,800 > $91,100 >$97,300 > $103,600 For more information about HUD's income limits, please see: http://www.huduser.org/datasets/il/il07/index.html
  • Bring lists and rates in case of questions
  • Twin Cities (7-county) Gap = 32.7% -White, non-Hispanic homeownership = 77.7% -Of Color = 44.9% US Gap = 23.9% (US homeownership = 66.6%) (US White = 73.4%) (US Of Color = 49.5%)
  • Bring list and rates in case of questions
  • Similarly in 11 th grade math: Stayed in same school = 44.7% are proficient (2009) Moved schools = 11.3% are proficient (2009) Very Good article on this: School Success in Motion: Protective Factors for Academic Achievement in Homelessness and Highly Mobile Children In Minneapolis (CURA Reporter - summer 2008) Masten, Ann S., David Heistad, J. J. Cutuli, Janette E. Herbers, Jelena Obradovic, Chi-Keung Chan, Elizabeth Hinz, and Jeffrey D. Long.
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    • 1. 2010 Regional Forum on Workforce Housing July 2010 Craig Helmstetter Wilder Research Minnesota Compass: Measuring progress. Inspiring action. www.mncompass.org July 2010
    • 2. Working to change the equation From: To: Good intentions + No common base of information = Inefficient decisions Good intentions + Sound, credible information + Common sense of purpose = Productive decisions for a strong region www.mncompass.org July 2010
    • 3. Funders
      • Twin Cities Compass:
      • 3M Foundation
      • Bush Foundation
      • Greater Twin Cities United Way
      • The McKnight Foundation
      • B.C. Gamble, P.W. Skogmo Fund of the Minneapolis Foundation
      • The Saint Paul Foundation
      • Travelers Foundation
      • Wells Fargo Foundation Minnesota
      • Amherst H. Wilder Foundation
      • Minnesota Compass:
      • Blandin Foundation
      • Bush Foundation
      • Initiative Foundation
      • The McKnight Foundation
      • Northland Foundation
      • Northwest Minnesota Foundation
      • Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation
      • Southwest Initiative Foundation
      • West Central Initiative
      www.mncompass.org July 2010
    • 4. Topic areas & Co-conveners
      • Aging
        • Dawn Simonson,
        • Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging
      • Civic Engagement
        • Sean Kershaw, Citizens League
      • Early Childhood
        • Barbara Yates, Minnesota Early Learning Foundation
      • Economy and Workforce
        • Michael Gorman, Split Rock Partners
      • Education
        • Commissioner Alice Seagren, Minnesota Department of Education
      • Environment
        • Steve Morse, Minnesota Environmental Partnership
      • Health
        • Mary Brainerd, HealthPartners
      • Housing
        • Commissioner Timothy Marx, Minnesota Housing Finance Agency
      • Immigration
        • Bill Blazar, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce
      • Public Safety
        • Tom Johnson, Council on Crime and Justice
      • Transportation
        • Robert Johns, Center for Transportation Studies
      • Disparities
        • Sandra L. Vargas, Minneapolis Foundation
      www.mncompass.org July 2010
    • 5. Minnesota’s housing challenges
    • 6. #1. Housing cost burdens are rising www.mncompass.org July 2010
    • 7. … a large majority of lower-income households are cost-burdened www.mncompass.org July 2010
    • 8. #2. Despite nation-leading homeownership rates…
      • States:
      • Minnesota
      • Michigan
      • West Virginia
      • 25 Largest Metros:
      • Minneapolis-St. Paul
      • Detroit
      • St. Louis
      www.mncompass.org July 2010
    • 9. #2. …We have a HUGE homeownership gap Ownership rate for White (non-Hispanic) households Ownership rate for households of Color _____________________ Homeownership Gap 78% 46.5% __________ 31.5% *MN, 2008 ____ ____ www.mncompass.org July 2010
    • 10. #2. …We have a HUGE homeownership gap
      • States:
      • New Mexico
      • Alaska
      • Michigan
      • … 37. Minnesota
      • 25 Largest Metros:
      • San Bernardino
      • San Francisco
      • San Diego
      • ...21. Twin Cities
      www.mncompass.org July 2010
    • 11. #3. Homelessness is on the rise www.mncompass.org July 2010
    • 12. … and even now sizeable numbers of the homeless are employed www.mncompass.org July 2010
    • 13. Why does workforce housing matter? www.mncompass.org July 2010
    • 14. Housing matters because… Education www.mncompass.org July 2010
    • 15. www.MNCompass.org www.mncompass.org July 2010
    • 16.
      • For reference not part of presentation
      • Homeownership rates, 2008 ACS
      www.tccompass.org
    • 17.
      • For reference not part of presentation
      • Homeownership GAP, 2008 ACS
      www.tccompass.org

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