GFCLT has a recently built twin home available in the Historic Near South Neighborhood - the units are for sale now! Check out pictures on our Facebook page. Are you, or do you know someone, interested in purchasing a GFCLT home? Check out our Upcoming Homes page and encourage them to apply or contact us.
GFCLT has a twin home finishing up construction in the Historic Near South Neighborhood. These units are for sale now! Additionally, GFCLT is building another two homes in the same area to income eligible applicants. Are you, or do you know someone, interested in purchasing a GFCLT home? Check out our Upcoming Homes page and encourage them to apply or contact us.
Locally the work originated in late 2009 when the Grand Forks Housing Authority began researching successful community land trusts in Minnesota and came to the conclusion that, though no CLTs existed in North Dakota at the time, the model could be just as successful here as it has been across our borders in Minnesota, South Dakota, and Montana.
Until late 2010 North Dakota was one of only 6 remaining states without an operating community land trust. Today, Grand Forks Community Land Trust (GFCLT) is the first CLT in North Dakota and is an active member of the National CLT Network. GFCLT is paving the way in North Dakota, as other cities are looking to create their own CLT to assist with affordable homeownership options.
Board of Directors
GFCLT’s original Board of Directors came together in December 2010. The Board consists of twelve members with a tripartite structure: 1/3 lessee representatives, 1/3 community representatives, 1/3 technical representatives.
Special thanks to those who have provided support to GFCLT: