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Bloomington Homes-Minnesota Home Improvement Money Available

January 18, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

One of the things I try and do is monitor the various city programs for opportunities for my clients. I just got the email from the City of Bloomington announcing some of their home improvement funding. More can be learned from visiting their site at http://www.ci.bloomington.mn.us/cityhall/commiss/hra/hra.htm

It might be worthwhile looking into this if you have an upcoming project you’d like to consider doing.

Sincerely,

RE/MAX Results

John Mazzara

Broker Associate

CFP CLU ChFC CEBS MBA MS CMB

7300 France Ave S #410

Edina, MN 55435

John@johnmazzara.com

http://www.MinneapolisStPaulHomes.com

612-386-7027

952-929-2577

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