Center for Energy and Environment


The following home improvement loan programs are statewide and established to encourage and support the preservation of existing housing. The guidelines below are subject to change at any time without notice. Loan funds are subject to availability. Please call us for complete details.

Thanks to local partnerships, we also offer special programs and incentives for several Minnesota cities and neighborhoods. Call 612-335-5884 to make sure you get the best deal for your area.

+MHFA Fix Up 

+CEE Home Improvement

+MHFA Home Improvement Unsecured

 

MHFA Fix Up Fund Terms

  • Maximum income of $149,500

  • Loan amounts from $2,000 – $50,000

  • Click for current interest rates

  • Terms up to 20 years

  • This loan is secured by a mortgage on your property (an unsecured option may be available)

  • Closing costs apply

CEE  Home Improvement Loan Terms

  • No maximum income limit 

  • Loan amounts from $1,000 – $20,000

  • Click for current interest rates

  • Terms up to 10 years

  • This loan is secured by a mortgage on your property (an unsecured option may be available)

  • Closing costs apply

Property Eligibility

  • Owner occupied, primary residences

  • Properties under construction or held in trust are not eligible

 

Unsecured Home Improvement Terms

Loan Terms

  • Borrower income cannot exceed $149,500

  • Loan amounts from $2,000 to $15,000

  • Click for current interest rates

  • Terms up to 10 years

  • This loan is NOT secured by a mortgage on your property

  • Closing costs apply

Property Eligibility

 

Types of Improvements

  • Most improvements are eligible including EV charging stations.  Call 612.335.5884 for details.

  • 1 bid is required from a qualified, licensed contractor

  • For do-it-yourself projects, a materials list including prices is required.  The cost for labor and equipment purchase or rental may not be included in the loan.

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*Rates as of 12/18-subject to change. APR is based on $10,000 loan amount for 5 years.

 

  

The current loan terms and conditions stated, including interest rates, do not constitute a commitment to lend or an offer to enter into an agreement. Such an offer may only be made pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 47.206(3) and (4).

 

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