Minneapolis Rental Housing Brief!
What is the Minneapolis Rental Housing Brief?
A new monthly report from HousingLink on the state of rental housing in the city of Minneapolis.
Why a Monthly Housing Brief?
Housing issues in Minneapolis are generating more attention, opinions and controversy than we have seen in our 20 years as a nonprofit operating in Minneapolis. At HousingLink, we've earned a reputation as data and housing information experts without spin or a political agenda.
Well-informed decisions require a clear, data-driven understanding of the issues. This report features solid data, presented artfully to help cut through noise. It exists to help you form an accurate understanding and well-informed opinions.
Here is what you will find in the brief each month:
Median rents compared year-over-year.
The income required to rent a place based on current rent prices.
Vacancies by building type (Apartment, House, Townhome, etc).
A comparison of rents in tax credit properties vs. market rate properties.
The number of NOAH vacancies.
The % of vacancies affordable by income level (30% - 100% AMI)
The number of listings that will accept a Housing Choice Voucher.
The number of vouchers forfeited.
The number of subsidized waiting list openings.
Rental Housing Stock
Rental license information by tier.
AirBnB - The number of entire home listings.
The brief also features apartment sales and development data and notable housing facts on affordability, homelessness and more!