JUST RELEASED: 2012 Annual Foreclosures in Minnesota
Released: February 2013
There were 17,895 foreclosures in Minnesota in 2012, which is down 16% from 2011, and the lowest statewide total since 2006. However, the total number of foreclosures remains elevated, still nearly three times the number of annual foreclosures in 2005, the first year these numbers were compiled. HousingLink was commissioned to complete this report by The Minnesota Home Ownership Center, Greater Minnesota Housing Fund, Minnesota Housing, and Family Housing Fund.
Foreclosure Recovery Progress Report Through Q2 2012
Released: August 2012
Thanks to support from Family Housing Fund and Twin Cities Local Support Initiatives Corporation (Twin Cities LISC), HousingLink is engaged in tracking foreclosure recovery efforts of the Minnesota Foreclosure Partners Council (MFPC) over a period of five years, via a series of semi-annual reports. The MFPC is a collaborative effort by local government agencies and nonprofits to address the foreclosure crisis in Minnesota. In the Fall of 2010, HousingLink's quantitative measurement of three goals was adopted into the MFPC's Coordinated Plan to Address Foreclosures.
See more foreclosure research and historic reports on our Foreclosure Research Page
Housing Stock Data
JUST RELEASED: Housing Counts 2011
Released: December 2012
Produced by Family Housing Fund and HousingLink, this annual report aims to provide housing leaders and other stakeholders an accurate and consistent way of tracking affordable housing production and preservation.
Housing Counts archive
JUST RELEASED: 2011 Minnesota Housing Measures
Released: December 2012
HousingLink was commissioned by The McKnight Foundation to establish quantitative baseline Minnesota housing measures and track progress over time.
more about Minnesota Housing Measures
JUST RELEASED: Streams
Streams is a database of publically funded housing in the Twin Cities. It is a place where community planners, advocates, and researchers can go to find out where publically funded housing properties are located in their communities.
JUST RELEASED: Affordable Rental Housing and Locational Efficiency (H+T)
Released: June 2012
An analysis of publicly-funded rental housing in the Twin Cities metro within the context of the combined costs of housing and transportation. This work was commissioned by The McKnight Foundation and features Housing+Transportation Index data from the Center for Neighborhood Technology.
more about Affordable Rental Housing and Locational Efficiency (H+T)
Released: November 2010
HousingLink’s annual view into the gap between subsidized, affordable housing opportunities and total low-income population.
more about hSum