- Created: Monday, 13 March 2017 05:24
- Written by Carolyn Szczepanski
Minnesota is recognized as a national leader for its commitment to helping families with affordable ownership and rental homes. But while significant progress has been made in areas like homelessness, housing is still becoming too costly for growing numbers of Minnesotans — especially low- to moderate-income families and households of color.
Building on our County Profiles, released each year since 2009, MHP created the State of the State’s Housing to continue to benchmark progress at the state, region and county levels in critical areas, including cost-burdened households paying more than 30% of their income for housing; changes in rent and home values; construction of multi- and single-family homes; and trends in homelessness.
Here are 10 graphics that share the big picture on the state of housing in Minnesota.