The Rehabilitation Loan Program provides deferred loan financing to income-eligible homeowners needing to address health, safety, and energy efficiency concerns in the home. To determine if a repair or condition qualifies for the Rehabilitation Loan Program, contact Michael Hochhalter at 763-323-5708.
Maximum loan amount is $27,000 and for properties taxed as real estate. The loan is forgiven after the borrower remains a primary resident, in the home, for 15 years (loan terms may vary for manufactured homes). If the borrower sells, transfers title, or ceases to occupy the property as his/her principal residence during the term of the loan, the loan will become due and payable.
Properties must be owner-occupied, located in Anoka County, and must be one of the following:
- Single-family detached home
- Duplex in which the Borrower occupies at least one unit
- Condominium unit or townhome (only the portion of real estate owned by the Borrower is eligible for financing under RLP - Common areas owned by the association are not eligible)
- Certain mobile / manufactured homes
Income Limits (An eligible Borrower cannot exceed the income limit per family size - income is based on GROSS Annual Income):
Household Size 2015 Income Limits
1 Persons = $18,200
2 Persons = $20,800
3 Persons = $23,400
4 Persons = $26,000
5 Persons = $28,100
6 Persons = $30,150
7 Persons = $32,250
8 Persons = $34,300
Borrowers must have owned the property and resided in the property as his/her principal residence for at least 6 months. Borrowers must apply to Anoka County Community Development Department as a first step to be approved for a loan.
Documents (both documents below are required for the submission of your application):