- Housing Programs & Resources
- Maintenance Resources
Minnesota Housing’s Fix Up Loan Program
Fix Up is our statewide home improvement loan program for eligible homeowners, available through participating lenders. Visit the website at, www.mnhousing.gov/sites/lenders/fixup.
Minnesota Housing’s Rehabilitation Loan/Emergency And Accessibility Loan Programs
The Rehabilitation Loan Program (RLP) provides deferred loan financing to eligible low-income homeowners statewide who are unable to secure home improvement financing in the private sector. Funds may be used for basic home improvements that directly affect the home’s safety, habitability or energy efficiency. The Emergency and Accessibility Loan Program (ELP) assists homeowners needing emergency assistance or essential accessibility improvements. Visit the website at, www.mnhousing.gov/sites/lenders/rehab.
Hennepin County Home Repairs
Hennepin County provides assistance for home repairs including funding for repairs, health hazards, and accessibility ramp installation. Visit the website at, www.hennepin.us/residents/property/home-repairs
Center For Energy And Environment Home Energy Loan Program
Through Minnesota Housing, CEE offers low interest home energy loans for Minnesota homeowners to make energy improvements in their homes. Visit the website at, www.mncee.org/find-financing-incentives/mhfa-home-energy-loan-program.
Habitat For Humanity A Brush with Kindness
Habitat’s volunteer paint and repair program provides health and safety repairs that can help you maintain a safe and stable home. Visit the website at, home.tchabitat.org/home-repair
Senior Community Services
H.O.M.E. (Household and Outside Maintenance for Elderly) provides help with indoor and outdoor household chores and minor home repairs for people age 60 and older. Visit the website at, www.seniorcommunity.org/services/home-program