ND Housing fund coming up short
The North Dakota Housing Finance Agency’s low-income housing program, which gives businesses and individuals a dollar-for-dollar tax credit, has lagged in donations for the oil patch housing crunch. Fifteen million dollars was approved for tax credits this year, and only $11.3 million has been raised. Ten projects might not be built if the balance isn’t raised by the end of the year deadline. Read the article in the Bismarck Tribune.