Despite an all-out effort by the housing industry to stop them, two rent stabilization initiatives were given the green light following this month’s vote.
When landlords name minor children in eviction filings, the negative effects could haunt them years later.
As tenants organize to take over their buildings, there's been an increased interest in going the co-op route. Could the networks that support resident-owned mobile home park communities shift their focus to support residents of multifamily buildings that want to go co-op?
Advocates point to a bevy of successes in slowing the spread of the virus, but authorities struggle with cost burden.
Resident services has long been the first to be cut in hard times—but for some housing providers that may be changing.
Why do we think moving to white neighborhoods will solve our problems?
A closer look at three funds that have helped preserve NOAH properties and kept them affordable for years to come.
Tenant organizers and legal services groups are working vigorously to get ahead of eviction cases as housing court processes restart.
An in-depth look at the lessons one housing organization learned after receiving a multimillion grant to integrate arts and culture strategies in its work. Has the organization changed the way it operates?
In the housing world, narrative plays an important role in defining whose voice gets heard, how issues are framed, and what solutions are developed. This is especially true in Minnesota.
In the past decade, community land trusts and other shared equity housing models have gained wider acknowledgement and acceptance as a means of creating and preserving affordable housing in communities with high property values. But by cultivating the long-term success of homeowners, these models are also bringing revitalization and stability to areas with weak markets and high foreclosures.