Nonpaying tenant finds fresh way to exploit rent relief
March 7, 2023
Staten Island case reveals another failure by state to close program’s loopholes and enforce rules. By Suzannah Cavanaugh, The Real Deal New York Real Estate News
At Overdue Hearing, Advocates Push NYC to Fulfill Promise of Housing Court Help for Low-Income Tenants
March 1, 2023
The city’s landmark Right to Counsel law was the country’s first to guarantee legal representation in housing court to low-income tenants most at risk for eviction. But advocates and providers say... By Annie Iezzi and Frank Festa, City Limits
Elderly Upper West Side couple finally rid of ‘roommate from hell’
Feb. 4, 2023
The roommate, Lawrence Lee, had been using legal loopholes for a year-and-a-half to avoid paying rent. By Rich Calder, New York Post
As rent-relief portal closes, shafted landlords consider suing state
Jan. 20, 2023
Small owners hope for class action inspired by Brookfield, LeFrak suits. By Suzannah Cavanaugh, The Real Deal New York Real Estate News
L.A. City Council votes to dramatically expand tenant protections ahead of deadline
Jan. 20, 2023
The Los Angeles City Council voted Friday to expand anti-eviction protections for renters. By Julia Wick, Los Angeles Times
The plight of the small landlord
Jan. 12, 2023
While protecting tenant rights is important, people often leave small homeowners out of the conversation. By Ariama C. Long, Report for America Corps Member / Amsterdam News Staff
Insolvent rent-aid program will close Jan. 15
Dec. 14, 2022
Win for landlords, who say tenants exploit system to delay eviction. By Suzannah Cavanaugh, The Real Deal New York Real Estate News
Landlords of Alameda County: No good deed goes unpunished
Dec. 13, 2022
This is part one in a series shining a light on the landlords of Alameda County who are being hurt by this unconstitutional ban. By Brittany Hunter, Pacific Legal Foundation
Foreclosure and Eviction panel discussion
Sept. 29, 2022
Evictions slowly ramp up after COVID-19
Sept. 19, 2022
They’re nowhere at pre-pandemic levels, but a small but steady rise since January may portend a new crisis. By Tim Murphy, City & State New York