Landlord and tenant resources:
If you are looking for a place to rent in Maple Grove, view a list of apartments, multi-housing rental, senior housing, and location map.
HOME Line is a rental tenant advocacy organization that provides free legal, organizing, education, and advocacy services so tenants throughout Minnesota can solve their own rental housing problems. Home Line works to improve public and private policies relating to rental housing by involving affected tenants in the process. If you are a tenant and have a rental question, visit the HOME Line website or call 612-728-5767.
Minnesota Multi Housing Association
The Minnesota Multi Housing Association (MHA) is a state-wide nonprofit trade organization. With nearly 2,100 members representing more than 250,000 housing units throughout Minnesota, MHA is the voice of the state's multi housing industry. If you are a landlord or tenant and have questions, visit the MHA website or call 952-858-8222.
Income qualified housing:
Scattered Site Rental Housing Program
The scattered site waiting list is closed at this time. The City of Maple Grove operates a Scattered Site Rental Housing Program (SSRHP) which currently rents 28 income-restricted units to families with children. View information and screening standards on the SSRHP website or call the Great Lakes Management Company at 763-235-2507 or email.
Metropolitan Council HRA
The Metro HRA administers the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program for Maple Grove residents. The rent assistance program utilizes the existing private rental market to provide decent, safe, and sanitary housing opportunities for low-income seniors, disabled individuals, families, and singles at an affordable cost. If you have questions, view their website or call 651–602–1880.
HousingLink is the Twin Cities metropolitan area’s primary source for vacant rental properties and affordable housing-related data. If you have questions, visit their website or call 612-522-2500.
This nonprofit company builds, renovates, and manages rental apartments and townhouses throughout the metro area. For information about locations and vacancies, call 651-291-1750; for information about new housing developments, call 651-290-6228 or visit their website.
CROSS offers some potential financial rent assistance.
Rent assistance through Minnesota Housing
RentHelpMN is offering emergency rental assistance to those behind on paying their rent or are about to fall behind.
Minnesota Housing has information for first-time homebuyers, home improvement loans, foreclosure assistance, reverse mortgage counseling, and rental programs. For more information, visit their website or call 651-296-7608 or 1-800-657-3769.
Community Action Partnership of Suburban Hennepin
CAPSH provides information on homeownership, post-purchase and foreclosure prevention services, homeownership classes, reverse mortgage information, energy assistance, and financial management. For more information, visit CAPSH or call 952-933-9639.
Homes Within Reach/West Hennepin Affordable Housing Land Trust
West Hennepin Affordable Housing Land Trust, or Homes Within Reach (HWR), is a non-profit community-based program whose vision is to transform people’s lives through homeownership. HWR purchases homes in the community, rehabilitates them, and then sells them to qualified homebuyers. The Community Land Trust practice creates and preserves affordable homeownership for working families. By removing the market value of the land from the mortgage equation, the cost of the home is reduced. Since the land is owned by HWR the homebuyer only purchases the home and leases the land for a monthly fee. To learn more about Homes Within Reach, the Community Land Trust model, eligibility requirements, or to download an application, visit their website. For questions regarding the Homes Within Reach program, contact the organization's office at 952-401-7071.
Hennepin County Housing Rehabilitation Program
Households in owner-occupied properties may be able to receive housing rehabilitation assistance in the City of Maple Grove if there are funds are available and the household and property meet eligibility requirements. The funds are available in the form of a deferred loan - no monthly payments - secured by a lien (in the form of a mortgage) against the property for a period of 15 years. If the property is sold, the title is conveyed or transferred, or if the property ceases to be the permanent residence of the borrower, the amount borrowed must be repaid. In certain cases, interest must also be paid. More program details can be obtained by visiting the Hennepin County website or by calling 612-348-9260.