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MHFA also has a “Step-Up” program which provides the same mortgage opportunities as the “Start-Up” program but funds are used to refinance the home you currently own or allows you to purchase a home even if you owned one less than 3 years ago. You do have to use a lender who is MHFA approved. Minnesota Housing Agency
-“Emergency and/or Accessibility” rehab program for income- qualified homeowners AND -“Rehab Loan” program for very low income homebuyers
Anoka County funds its own housing rehab program for low/fixed income homeowners. This program is available to all county residents except in the City of Coon Rapids which Coon Rapids runs its own housing rehab program. As with the state’s program, completed rehab work will result in a deferred, no interest loan/lien being placed against the homeowner’s property.
-Stepping Stone Emergency Housing for female and male adults (18 and older) - 763-323-7006-Alexandra House, Inc. (battered women’s shelter) - 763-780-2330-Family Promise of Anoka County (shelter for up to 4 families with kids) - 763-568-7365
-The Metro Area Hotline provides shelter info for the Twin Cities metro area: 1-888-234-1329