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Minnesota to help homeowners behind on mortgages due to pandemic

The HomeHelpMN program will be open to applications Tuesday, May 17, and will close Friday, June 17.

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ST. PAUL — The state of Minnesota is offering relief to homeowners who have fallen behind on mortgage payments and other housing-related expenses because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The HomeHelpMN program will be open to applications Tuesday, May 17, and will close Friday, June 17.

To apply for the program, visit homehelpmn.org or call 1-800-388-3226. Call center hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday – Saturday.

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