Detroit’s rental landscape can be impossible, with conflicting and often unenforceable rules to hold landlords accountable while tenants are faced with big deposits, poor conditions and unexpected eviction notices.
Wayne County is set to resume property tax foreclosures. Nearly 8,000 occupied homes – most occupied by renters – are at risk.
Wayne County is resuming foreclosing on properties for back-taxes. Residents must get on a payment plan by March 14, or pay all their back-taxes in full by March 31. Here’s how you can get help and avoid foreclosure.
BridgeDetroit is tracking how the City of Detroit is spending its American Rescue Plan Act funds. Here’s a list of who, why and how much so far.
Some $45 million was promised to bridge the digital divide. So why hasn’t any of it been spent on it?
The City of Detroit is using $75 million of its federal COVID recovery dollars to get Detroiters into the workforce. How effective will it be?
Third-party funds helped Detroit elections run smoothly last year. So what will happen in 2021 without those extra grants?