Dayton's Bluff Neighborhood Housing Services
Serving the Dayton's Bluff Neighborhood since 1980
Minnesota - Finding a Foreclosure Counselor for your County. This map will help locate foreclosure counselors in your area.
National and State Housing Agencies
HUD - in Minnesota, HUD's mission is to increase homeownership, support community development and increase access to affordable housing free from discrimination.
Minnesota Housing Finance Agency (MHFA) - Minnesota Housing finances and advances affordable housing opportunities for low and moderate income Minnesotans to enhance quality of life and foster strong communities.
NeighborWorks America - NeighborWorks America is a national nonprofit organization that works to revitalize communities through affordable housing opportunities, training and technical assistance. You can use the NeighborWorks Lookup to locate a NeighborWorks member organization like us, near you.
Minnesota Home Ownership Center - The Minnesota Home Ownership Center is the state's leading independent, non-profit provider of information and resources aimed at helping Minnesotans begin, and maintain, home ownership. While our services are open to anyone, the Center places an emphasis on supporting low- and moderate-income Minnesotans and those who often face barriers to home ownership
City of St. Paul
District 4 Community Council - The Dayton’s Bluff Community Council is a nonprofit corporation providing numerous services and programs primarily to enrich the diverse residents of the Dayton's Bluff area.
East Side Neighborhood Development Corporation (ESNDC) - East Side Neighborhood Development Corporation was founded in 1979 by East Side residents and business owners in response to disinvestment in the Payne/Phalen Lake neighborhood due to an aging housing stock, rising crime rates, factory shutdowns, and business closings. ESNDC’s board, staff, and volunteers continue to work to create and implement comprehensive strategies to revitalize the neighborhood through housing, economic and human development initiatives. ESNDC’s mission is to create wealth and well-being in a thriving and engaged multi-cultural neighborhood.
NeighborWorks Home Partners - NeighborWorks Home Partners’ primary clients are households with incomes generally below the metropolitan median income and households whose credit histories may not afford them the opportunity to receive loans through conventional lenders. Services include housing services such as direct loans, consultations, and technical assistance.
Neighborhood Development Alliance (NeDA) - Neighborhood Development Alliance is a nonprofit community development corporation founded in 1989 and based on St. Paul's West Side. NeDA provides a variety of housing programs, as well as English and Spanish language homebuyer workshops and housing counseling services.
SHOP Home Mortgage (SHOP) - Sustainable Home Ownership Program is a program of Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation in partnership with Dayton's Bluff Neighborhood Housing Services, both non-profit 501(c)(3) corporations. The mission of the program is to provide sound and ethically priced mortgage services to under-served people and help revitalized low and moderate income neighborhoods, especially those that have been affected by high foreclosures.
Own A Home MN -This website is the place to look for affordable new and renovated homes in Minnesota. All of the homes on this site were built or remodeled by community-based organizations. You can save your listings, get updates when your listings change, and be notified when new ones come on the market.
Energy Smarts Pay -This website is a free online tool for homeowners, landlords, and renters to quickly locate energy assistance and conservation programs they may be qualified for based on answering a few simple questions. Saving energy dollars couldn't be easier!