Homeownership counseling now offered at City Hall
Whether you need to make repairs to your home, are struggling with mortgage payments and need foreclosure counseling, or interested in buying a new home, the City of Minneapolis can help. The City is teaming up with the Homeownership Center and its network partners—PRG, Inc., Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity, Hmong American Partnership and Neighborhood Development Alliance –to help current homeowners stay in their homes and inform buyers of the various programs available to help them purchase a home.
Counseling is available to everyone, free of charge. Office hours will be held in City Hall from 10 a.m. – noon and from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. on the first and third Thursdays of the month, beginning in February. Spanish interpreters will be available in the morning on the first Thursday; Hmong interpreters will be available in the morning on the third Thursday. Counseling will take place in City Hall, Room 333, 350 South Fifth Street, Minneapolis. No appointment is needed.
Published Feb. 19, 2013