Mpls. Rental Market as Bad as the Rest of the Twin Cities’ Housing Woes


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It’s bad if your a renter but good if your a landlord.
Also the reason for both of these statistics is Minnesota’s abnormally high owner occupied rates.  More people bought into the “american dream” that was being sold and now they are forced to sleep in the bed they made.
High ownership rates translated to lower supply of rentals and higher prices.

Also I feel like my home is pretty average – @wellsfargo if your listening could you please alter my mortgage to reflect this $949 amount…okay thx.