Percentage of Minnesotans who own homes is lowest since '93

Some may be mortgage-shy after the housing collapse. Others may have decided they just prefer renting. For whatever reason, fewer Minnesotans are buying homes and that's squeezing the rental market.
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Some may be mortgage-shy after the housing collapse. Others may have decided they just prefer renting. For whatever reason, fewer Minnesotans are buying homes and that's squeezing the rental market.

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