The Minnesota Multi Housing Association (MHA)
is a state-wide nonprofit trade organization. With nearly 2,100 members representing more than 250,000 housing units throughout Minnesota, MHA is the voice of the state's multi housing industry.

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For more than 40 years, MHA has represented all aspects of the multi housing industry in the State of Minnesota. We represent the interests of our 2,100 members and nearly 300,000 multi housing units with a full-time presence at the state capitol, before regulatory agencies and before city councils.

Our team of lobbyists analyzes the probable impact of proposals related to the industry and meets regularly with elected officials to explain what effect their actions have on the multi housing industry.  We provide timely information to our members on any legislation, ordinances or regulatory actions that impact owners and residents.  We then give our members the resources and tools they need to respond professionally and effectively. 

MHA members play a critical role in our government relations success.  The personal involvement of our members in contacting legislators and city councils members is one of the most important tools MHA has to bring about positive change for the multi housing industry.

As an affiliate of the National Multi Housing Council, MHA members are kept abreast of many important federal issues such as taxes, fair housing and other regulations.

Meet the team working on your behalf:

Todd is the chief lobbyist representing MHA's interests at the state capitol and on regulatory matters. He is responsible for grassroots activities and the Multi-Housing PAC. Todd also works with the Legislative and Legal Committees.
direct dial: 952-548-2204

Marty is responsible for all of our efforts with city governments including policy development. He coordinates MHA's response to city proposals on regulations and fees as well as works proactively with city council members and staff.
direct dial: 952-548-2217

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