A report from the Apartment Association of Southeastern Wisconsin says landlords suffer damage when evicting, undercutting a narrative of “bad” landlords quick to evict because of small amounts owed.
A vote on a subcommittee to allow more community involvement in addressing housing inequities reveals a split board.
The African American Roundtable on Thursday called for residents’ participation in budgeting as the City of Milwaukee receives the second half of American Rescue Plan Act funding.
Housing advocates say the 10,000 Homes Initiative can better reach its target by including the work done by other entities in the city to put low-income Milwaukeeans into their own homes.
Here are a few ways tenants can get information on their landlords.
Ihsan Atta, aware of a bevy of negative news about landlords emanating from coverage of the city’s housing crisis – including a spate of evictions – wants people to know that there are good landlords out there.
Despite efforts from more than 70 organizations, Milwaukee is still struggling with affordable housing. Here’s why.
Willie Hines Jr. once lived in public housing. Now he’s the first African American person to lead the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee.
U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore and members of the Select Committee on Economic Disparity and Fairness in Growth held a hearing at the Milwaukee Public Library to discuss inequities in housing.
Acts Housing broke its own record in 2021, helping 305 families purchase homes. Now the nonprofit wants to do even more and is expanding its team.