North side monopoly: How investment funds scoop up affordable houses
Wall Street investors are getting a big slice of the North Minneapolis housing market, while some in the neighborhood feel they are getting denied the chance of homeownership.
St. Paul now requires landlords to provide voter registration to tenants
Attention St. Paul landlords: It’s now your responsibility to inform your tenants how to register to vote. By a vote of 5-1, the St. Paul City Council on Wednesday approved a new ordinance re…
Digging into Minnesota evictions
In Minneapolis, more than 3,000 evictions are filed in the 4th District Housing Court each year.
St. Paul is in a housing crisis, city council says. Here’s what it’s doing about it.
With a vacancy rate of 2.4 percent, St. Paul is in the midst of a housing crisis, and the city needs to take decisive and wide-ranging steps to address it. That, in a nutshell, was the declaration …
Report: Affordable housing is a problem statewide
A Minnesota Housing Partnership report found that someone who's working full time and earning minimum wage can't afford to rent a one-bedroom apartment in any of Minnesota's counties.
Greater Minnesota’s eviction problem
Le Sueur is a medium-population county an hour southwest of the Twin Cities. Its eviction filing rate is one of the highest in the state.