An "autonomous" group that touts itself as defenders of homeless encampments in Minneapolis says the city has posted clearing notices for two other tent encampments.
A new housing report finds that cities with stable job markets and a low cost of living factor into homebuyers' demand for bigger homes.
Less than a year after voters approved rent control measures, the St. Paul City Council approved exemptions Wednesday that will allow landlords to "bank" increases, and offer 20-year exemptions to new construction.
A group of renters and tenant advocates want to see a strong rent control policy in Minneapolis. They believe such a policy would protect renters in crisis, particularly in minority communities.
Angry neighbors packed this street corner in Highland Park on Wednesday afternoon with their concerns about a proposed apartment complex, that they say is too large for their neighborhood.
More money is on the way to help older Minnesotans stay in their homes.
Renters and landlords are lobbying hard ahead of Wednesday's public hearing over a series of changes to St. Paul's rent control ordinance.
The salary need to buy a home in Minnesota is slightly less than the national average, according to a new report.
A new report reveals the disparity between minimum wage and the cost of an average two-bedroom rental in different U.S. cities.
The Justice Department alleges that employees of the company made racist comments about making loans to Black homebuyers, calling some neighborhoods “ghettos.”
A plan that intends to guide residential development in Minneapolis for the next decade is back in play after being previously halted by environmental lawsuits.
Tenants of a low-income apartment building thought their days of massive rent increases were over thanks to a new rent cap rule in St. Paul. But not long after the law went into effect this spring, they discovered their landlord had received an exemption.
St. Paul’s city council heard a lot of strong opinions Wednesday evening after a task force presented its findings on the city’s rent stabilization policies.
The housing market in the Twin Cities has started to cool. Investors bought about 12% of Twin Cities homes on the market in early 2022, but now they're buying fewer homes.
A program designed to provide money to homeowners who have fallen behind on their mortgages or other eligible housing expenses will be extended into August.
Homes in the Twin Cities are 50% more expensive than they were five years ago, with a shortage of supply that continues to loom.
Across Minnesota, some landlords have taken advantage of a loophole to bypass one of the last remaining pandemic protections against evictions. The maneuver does not require any proof the tenant broke any rules or did anything wrong.
Homes in 97% of cities in America are overvalued, according to Moody’s Analytics, with the most overvalued markets seeing homes priced at 50% to 70% more than they’re worth. But how long will this last?
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey offered his State of the City address Tuesday, outlining his priorities and recommended spending of remaining American Rescue Act funds.
The Minnesota Legislature returned Tuesday from its spring break with less than five weeks to strike deals on billions of dollars in available money.