Some renters say they waited months to find out whether they qualified for thousands of dollars in emergency help to pay past-due rent. Some are still waiting.
A guide to navigating assistance programs for those at risk of eviction during the pandemic.
The Biden administration on Thursday extended a ban on evictions for a month to help struggling tenants, stressing that it is likely the last time the federal government will do so.
Historical redlining, racial covenants and modern-day barriers including lower incomes keep most residents of color in Wisconsin from owning homes.
If you’re looking to buy a home or struggling to stay in one, here are resources that can help you.
Photographers Sue Vliet and Adam Carr have been out in the streets, snapping pictures of what’s happening in our neighborhoods. Check out their photographs.
We talked with George Hinton of the SDC to answer questions about the process. Here is what he said.
A federal judge on Wednesday tossed out the federal eviction moratorium, making it easier for landlords to kick out tenants behind in rent. Here are some things you should know.
A tenant, a property owner and a staff attorney with the Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee explain the process of evictions.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has extended the federal eviction moratorium to June. Unlike the last time the moratorium was scheduled to end, the City of Milwaukee has resources available to keep people housed.