On Sept. 5 tenants at the SoHi Lofts in Milwaukee were evacuated after stairs collapsed –one of three forced evacuations of Milwaukee County apartment buildings this year.
Milwaukee native Yusuf Dahl is working to overturn the Thurmond Amendment, which creates a lifetime exemption from federal fair housing protections for individuals convicted of any drug distribution crime.
A range of factors stack the odds against tenants, including landlords in the Legislature who have weakened local regulations of rental properties.
With help from the nonprofit Pathfinders, a 22-year-old tries to escape a cycle of homelessness that ensnares many who age out of the foster system.
Out-of-state investors are buying up and renting single-family homes and duplexes. And construction businesses are shorthanded.
Residents on Milwaukee’s North and South sides are split on whether they will vote. Some cite barriers.
Milwaukee holds the second-highest poverty rate among large U.S. cities, leaving many residents with impossible choices.
Rising rent, stagnant wages and a lack of available units have left Milwaukeeans navigating an affordable housing crisis. This crisis, say local housing experts, is a legacy of the city’s past policy choices.
Here’s a list of resources in Milwaukee and around Wisconsin
A federal judge on Wednesday tossed out the federal eviction moratorium, making it easier for landlords to kick out tenants behind in rent. Here are some things you should know.
A guide for renters at risk of eviction during the coronavirus pandemic.
Milwaukee’s Black neighborhoods hit hardest as evictions eclipse pre-pandemic levels. A state aid program can’t keep up.