It has been more than five years since work began to open the Minnesota African American Museum. First, there were issues with finances. Now, problems with the restoration of the building are delaying the project again. The museum was undergoing renovation when the construction company hired to do the work walked off the job.
A report released Tuesday is giving us some new insight on home sales in the Twin Cities. It takes a look at how neighborhoods in Minneapolis and St. Paul seem to be recovering from the foreclosure crisis.
Former NFL quarterback Daunte Culpepper has lost a South Florida home he owned to a bank in a foreclosure case. Broward County court records show the 9,867-square-foot home was surrendered in April to SunTrust Bank in lieu of foreclosure. The bank dropped its lawsuit against Culpepper earlier this month.
Well-known Twin Cities musician Lorie Line is facing possible foreclosure. And on Thursday, Line starts her 2012 Holiday Extravaganza with more than 30 concerts.
The owners of a Vietnamese restaurant in St. Paul are hoping their friends, family and customers will come to their aid.
Romney negotiated a $10 million federal bailout for his company, but has called for foreclosures to be allowed to “hit bottom” and letting Detroit go bankrupt.
A new housing report shows that foreclosure rates are falling in the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomingon area. According to CoreLogic, a business data and analytics company, foreclosure rates are down nearly two percent from the same time last year.
A Twin Cities church is dealing with a financial crisis that many Minnesotans know all too well.
A new report paints a bleak picture of the Twin Cities’ housing market.
For over a month now, Occupy Wall Street protesters have been camping out in front of the Hennepin County Government Center. But on Sunday, their protests moved — into a backyard.
A 46-year-old Green Bay man has been charged with setting fire to his home that was in foreclosure.
Bail was set at $5,000 Monday in Dakota County for a Lakeville man accused of abandoning his 11-year-old son.
There is new hope for homeowners who are facing foreclosure, but they have to act fast.
If the value of your home keeps sinking, is there a time you’re actually better walking away?
There usually isn’t much of an upside when it comes to foreclosure.