Resources and Organizations for Landlords
Legal Issues and Personal Advocacy Hennepin
County Housing Court
- definitions of housing court terms
- access to a database relating to unlawful detainers (eviction actions)
A website helping low-income Minnesotans solve civil legal problems
Minnesota Attorney General's Office
A state agency created to enforce Minnesota's laws.
MN Attorney General Housing Information
Offers information for tenant, landlords and homeowners, including information on home building and remodeling, buying or selling a home, and the rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords.
Minnesota Landlord-Tenant Law
Offering a "Plain-Person's Guide to Minnesota Landlord-Tenant Law," a compilation of resources dealing with landlord-tenant laws
in the state of Minnesota
Minnesota Heat Codes by City
HOME Line offers a helpful informational page on city-by-city heat codes that go into effect on October 1 of each year. Property Ownership and Management
2011 MHA Product Show
Free Ticket from HousingLink
Minnesota Multi-Housing Association (MHA)
A nonprofit trade organization that serves professionals in the multi-housing industry through education and promotion of the
highest ethical and performance standards.
National Apartment Association
NAA's mission is to serve the interests of multifamily housing owners, managers, developers and suppliers and maintain a high level of
professionalism in the multifamily housing industry to better serve the rental housing needs of the public.
The National Multi Housing Council
A national association that advocates on behalf of the apartment industry and the approximately 16 million American households who live in apartment homes.
The St. Paul Association of Responsible Landlords
A non-profit education association for landlords, people interested in becoming landlords, and support services for the landlord industry.
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