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Unlocking the Potential of Indian Country Article Unlocking the Potential of Indian Country Recently Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines announced a $5 million grant to the Northwest Area Foundation to help further economic development on Native lands. “Nothing Short of Magical” – See how AHP funds invigorated affordable housing in Duluth, MN Case Study “Nothing Short of Magical” – See how AHP funds invigorated affordable housing in Duluth, MN The former YWCA building of Duluth, Minnesota is just such a place that took years and hundreds of dedicated individuals to make a reality. While the final result is a beautiful and transformative living and gathering place, the project's beginning was beset with challenges. Using Home$tart to Increase Homeownership Case Study Using Home$tart to Increase Homeownership Opportunity Bank took advantage of the FHLB Des Moines Home$tart Program to meet the affordable housing needs of its community. Member fosters community growth through Home$tart program Case Study Member fosters community growth through Home$tart program FHLB Des Moines member Banner Bank, based in Walla Walla, Washington, manages Home$tart through their CRA Department and promotes the program by marketing it through real estate loan officers. Grants for Good: Improving the Community with the Competitive Affordable Housing Program Case Study Grants for Good: Improving the Community with the Competitive Affordable Housing Program Dubuque Bank & Trust sponsored Step by Step's application to the FHLB Des Moines Competitive Affordable Housing Program (AHP). Dubuque Bank & Trust was able to help Step by Step secure a $149,750 AHP grant for the 759 Bluff Street project. Making Homes More Affordable: Using Home$tart and MPF Together Case Study Making Homes More Affordable: Using Home$tart and MPF Together With the help of the FHLB Des Moines Home$tart Program, Willamette Valley Bank is able to provide homeownership opportunities, while establishing relationships with potential customers. Growing the Family Farm Using Community Investment Advances Case Study Growing the Family Farm Using Community Investment Advances Rolfe State Bank bundled a 10-year, $500,000 FHLB Des Moines Community Investment Advance (CIA) that allowed it to offer a 20-year amortized loan with adjustments after 5, 10 and 15 years with a 10-year loan of its own.