The city of Detroit runs an annual property tax-exemption program for its lowest-income homeowners. The deadline is Monday, but many qualified residents don't know about it or struggle with their applications.
They risk heading into foreclosure and eventually seeing their homes sold in the Wayne County Tax Foreclosure Auction.
Nancy Kaffer is a columnist with the Detroit Free Press. She talked to Michigan Radio’s Morning Edition host Doug Tribou about the auction and ongoing issues surrounding it.