HousingLink provides research, data, analytics and expertise to Minnesota's affordable housing sector. As experts in both subsidized and private market rental housing supply, HousingLink has contributed data and expertise for numerous multi-agency collaborative efforts. HousingLink has also partnered with a variety of organizations, public agencies, and private entities to produce both recurring and one-time research work in the following areas of concern:
- Supply and demand.
- Location and number of affordable housing units.
- Market analysis.
- Rent reasonableness.
- Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher analysis.
- and more!
To discuss how HousingLink research can meet your organization’s needs, please contact Dan Hylton, Research Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-767-4682 (ext. 4).
Existing HousingLink Research
This is HousingLink’s searchable database of subsidized rental housing in the Twin Cities. The Streams tool is free to the public.
Twin Cities Rental Revue
This is HousingLink’s subscription-based quarterly median rent report for multifamily, single family, duplex, condo, and townhome rentals in the Twin Cities metro area.
Ongoing tracking of affordable housing production and preservation in the Twin Cities Metro, in partnership with Family Housing Fund.
MN Housing Measures
Exploring rental housing metrics including "NOAH" (naturally occurring affordable housing) and publicly-subsidized rental units in the state of MN, in partnership with the McKnight Foundation.
A full accounting of HousingLink's flagship research, research partnerships, additional research, and projects to which HousingLink has contributed data and expertise.
A few of HousingLink's past affordable housing research efforts.