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Minnesota help with mortgages and foreclosure assistance.

Locate mortgage help and receive free or low cost foreclosure assistance in all cities including Minneapolis and Saint Paul.

Foreclosure Prevention

Minnesota Foreclosure Prevention Assistance Program (FPAP)

The Foreclosure Prevention Assistance Program helps Minnesotans who are facing a foreclosure due to a temporary financial crisis or hardship. It will provide help by providing case management services and, if applicable and qualified, a mortgage payment or other financial assistance on a one time basis. This program is managed and delivered through community-based nonprofit organizations that are located throughout the state. Dial 800-710-8871

Housing and foreclosure counseling agencies

Dozens of non-profit organizations across Minnesota can help people who are struggling to pay their mortgage or who may be facing a foreclosure filing. Free advice, counseling, and credit services are offered. Locate a listing of Minnesota HUD approved counseling agencies.

Don't Borrow Trouble

The Don’t Borrow Trouble Minnesota Campaign is a public education initiative that is targeted at stopping predatory lending practices in the Twin Cities seven-county metropolitan area. This Campaign seeks to educate both individuals and families about how to avoid predatory lending scams and also provide information about available community resources. 612.312.2020

 

 

 

 

Grants to help after a foreclosure

A new Minnesota program offers families who have lost their homes cash grants that can help them get back on their feet. Click here to learn more about how the grant program works and who to contact for information.

Minneapolis programs and agencies for foreclosure help

Several non-profit agencies, most of which are HUD certified and also partner with the Minnesota Home Ownership Center, provide residents of Minneapolis with foreclosure and housing counseling services. Call or apply at one of the agencies for free counseling and/or other forms of free or low cost foreclosure solutions. Highly trained specialists have extensive information on how to get assistance. More on Minneapolis foreclosure prevention.

Loan counseling centers in Minneapolis St. Paul

One of the biggest lenders, JP Morgan Chase, runs a center in Minneapolis that provides borrowers with a number of free mortgage and foreclosure assistance programs. The site allows homeowners the ability to meet with a housing specialist, and together you will review a wide range of solutions to mortgage difficulties. Those can include loan modifications, short sales, and government aid. Learn more on the Chase mortgage center, including the address, phone number, and hours.

 

 

 

Foreclosure assistance programs in St. Paul

While part of the Twin Cities region, there are additional agencies, resources, and services for the St. Paul Minnesota region. They can direct people to mortgage assistance programs, government resources, and help them deal with a foreclosure filing. More on foreclosure assistance in St. Paul.

Delay your foreclosure filing

The state of Minnesota has initiated a law that will in effect delay foreclosures in the state. This will provide additional time for all parties to find some type of solution. Learn more on foreclosure postponement.

 

By Jon McNamara

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