Monday, June 15, 2009

Coming Home: Strib Highlights Home Stretch

An article by Lynn Underwood in this past Sunday's Star Tribune covered the story of the Roggenbuck family, who purchased a previously-foreclosed home through Bremer Bank using Native American Homeownership Initiative funds and assistance from the Minnesota Housing Finance Agency - and the knowledge they received from taking the Home Stretch workshop.

The complete article is here.

Would you like to know more about the Home Stretch program? For a complete overview as well as additional information about the families who have participated, the Center has made the 2007-2008 Home Stretch Program Report available on its website here.

If you are a homeowner interested in purchasing your first home in Minnesota... Home Stretch is the place to start! Learn - start to finish - everything that is involved in becoming a homeowner at the Home Stretch Workshop. Then see if you qualify for any down-payment assistance programs, first-time buyer programs or community recovery (foreclosure recovery) programs - like the Neighborhood Stabilization Program - by speaking with a Home Stretch Counselor. For more information, click here.

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