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Real Estate Agents

Minnesota Housing loan programs can help homeownership dreams become a reality. Real estate agents can assist qualified homebuyers in learning about and accessing the loan programs we have available.

Continuing Education

Attend a free Continuing Education class to learn more about how our loan programs can benefit your qualifying clients.

Learn about:

  • Emerging and growth markets
  • The criteria for qualifying for a Minnesota Housing loan programs
  • The specifics on homebuyer loan programs
  • How a Home Improvement loan program may benefit a client after home purchase
  • How to connect with a Qualified Lender through Minnesota Housing’s statewide Lender Network

These educational offerings are recognized by the Minnesota Department of Commerce as satisfying one or two hours of credit towards real estate continuing education requirements.

Register for a Minnesota Housing homeownership loans class by selecting a class offering below:

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Please note: Online classes are the same course number, and you can only take the course once to receive course credit. Please check your Pulse Portal account if you are unsure if you have taken the course and received credit.

Bring Us to Your Office!

Bring Minnesota Housing to your real estate office for an in-person class! You and your colleagues will earn free continuing education credits and you’ll have a chance to ask questions and learn how our loan programs can benefit your clients.

If your real estate broker office is interested in scheduling a class, please complete the survey questionnaire.

Marketing Materials

Minnesota Housing offers free marketing materials that industry professionals may order or download through our Marketing Center to help promote our programs to potential homebuyers.

In connection with Single Family Division loan programs, Minnesota Housing does not make or arrange loans. It is neither an originator nor creditor and is not affiliated with any Lender. The terms of any mortgage finance transactions conducted in connection with these programs, including important information such as loan fees, the annual percentage rate (APR), repayment conditions, disclosures, and any other materials which are required to be provided to the consumer are the responsibility of the Lender.