Farrell: Turn garages into cottages, and other steps to fix Twin Cities’ broken housing market

Econ & Housing

The pandemic broke the housing market in the Twin Cities and Minnesota. The same is true for the rest of the country, with many places much worse off. Simply put, the supply of housing hasn’t kept up with demand. The lack of inventory has pushed up home prices to record levels. High prices are welcome…

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