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by Tim Swierczek on January 26, 2012

Just announced:

Thurs­day, Jan­u­ary 26, 2012

HOME HELP Pro­gram Updates

Increase in HOME HELP Amount
Effec­tive for first mort­gage Com­mu­nity Activ­ity Set Aside (CASA) loan com­mit­ments on or after Mon­day, Jan­u­ary 30, 2012, the HOME HELP amount is $10,000 up from $8,500.

MN Hous­ing has also Revised HOME HELP Pro­gram Income Lim­its
Min­nesota Hous­ing has updated the HOME HELP Pro­gram income lim­its for 2012, which are effec­tive for first mort­gage Com­mu­nity Activ­ity Set Aside (CASA) loan com­mit­ments on or after Thurs­day, Feb­ru­ary 9, 2012.

More infor­ma­tion to fol­low as we get it.

Tim Swier­czek, MMS

NMLS# 103522

 

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