Four North Dakota cities are receiving federal funds to support housing counseling services.

Four North Dakota cities are receiving federal funds to support housing counseling services.
The $135,000 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development grant will go toward financial literacy training and assistance for low-income households, renters and homeless persons.
The funds include about $46,000 for Minot, $35,000 for Fargo, $24,000 for Dickinson and $23,000 for Bismarck.
North Dakota Housing Finance Agency executive director says the support helps individuals and families make "informed housing decisions."