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United Community Bank named a Minnesota Housing Top Producing Lender for home improvement loans

United Community Bank was named a Minnesota Housing Top Producing Fix Up Lender at the Platinum Level for 2018. "The Fix-Up program through Minnesota Housing is such a great program for many homeowners. Customers that we work with are pleasantly ...

United Community Bank was named a Minnesota Housing Top Producing Fix Up Lender at the Platinum Level for 2018.

"The Fix-Up program through Minnesota Housing is such a great program for many homeowners. Customers that we work with are pleasantly surprised by the great terms we are able to provide through this loan program. I recommend it to anyone looking to make home improvements," says UCB mortgage lender Lisa Glynn.

Minnesota Housing, the state's housing finance agency, works with lenders around the state to help homeowners finance their home projects through the Fix Up Loan Program. This flexible and affordable program offers loans up to $50,000 for everything from furnaces to siding and kitchen remodels to windows. Homeowners can hire a contractor or do the work themselves, and longer repayment term options mean lower monthly payments. More information about Fix Up is available at www.mnhousing.gov/fixup .

The Minnesota Housing Top Producing Lender Program awards outstanding Fix Up lenders annually at three levels: Platinum, Gold, and Silver. Lenders meeting the threshold for each level based on regional production are recognized as top producers, and demonstrate a deep understanding of Minnesota Housing's Fix Up Loan Program.

"The Fix Up Loan Program is a critical resource to preserve homes around the state. Our partnership with local lenders provides opportunities for families to improve their houses and help their communities thrive," said Minnesota Housing Commissioner Jennifer Leimaile Ho.

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Minnesota Housing collaborates with individuals, communities, and partners to create, preserve, and finance affordable housing. Find out more at www.mnhousing.gov .

To learn more about the Fix Up loan program visit https://www.ucbankmn.com/lending/fix-up-home-improvement-loans  call Lisa Glynn or Perry Coleman at 218-346-5700.

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