Episode: Renter's rights in a tight market


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Renter's rights in a tight market
The rental market is doing very well in the Twin Cities. Vacancies are low. Rent is rising. That's all good news for developers. But bad news for renters. Sam Young is an economist with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, he talked about the market now and look to the future. Luke Grundman is an attorney with Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid. He spoke to the issues that renters face.

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