Tax foreclosures are increasing in Milwaukee, but experts say help is available from nonprofit housing counselors.
A citywide homeless count was Milwaukee County’s first look at how a new “Housing First” approach can help individuals experiencing chronic homelessness.
King Drive Commons Gallery night was dedicated to the late Welford Sanders, whose legacy includes spearheading urban redevelopment in previously neglected Milwaukee neighborhoods.
Participants in MATC’s YouthBuild program gain experience in construction skills by volunteering to help build two houses in Washington Park.
Mortgage rescue scams are increasing and the Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council says Latinos and immigrants are often the targets.
A new initiative to house youths aging out of foster care may provide a template for addressing homelessness, city, county and nonprofit officials say.
In the aftermath of the home foreclosure crisis, the city is focusing on preventing foreclosures from happening in the first place.
A plan to turn the former Garfield Avenue school into 60 apartments along with cultural and commercial space has been downsized because construction estimates for the school came in at double the expected cost.
Milwaukee’s range of affordably priced homes, combined with lower mortgage rates than a year ago attracted more than 250 house hunters to a recent homeownership fair organized by Take Root Milwaukee.
Todd Hutchison has worked for three decades to revitalize condemned, unwanted buildings, turning them into affordable housing units.