Here are the real estate policies to watch in Hochul’s budget
Feb. 2, 2023
Gov. Kathy Hochul on Wednesday unveiled a $227 billion state budget plan aimed at ramping up housing production through zoning changes and tax incentives. BY KATHRYN BRENZEL, The Real Deal New York Real Estate News
PODCAST: Cea Weaver: How to solve New York's housing crisis
Jan. 19, 2023
The link below is shared so that our members can better understand the arguments the tenant lobbyists are making regarding Good Cause Eviction. By Spectrum News 1
Public comments show deep divide on rent control in Boston
Jan. 18, 2023
A GBH News review of public comments solicited by Boston City Hall shows a near split between those who favor reinstating rent control and those who oppose it. By Saraya Wintersmith, GBH News
Legislative housing chairs weigh in on Hochul’s NY Housing Compact
Jan. 10, 2023
Perhaps the biggest proposal to come out of Gov. Kathy Hochul’s second State of the State address was a plan to create 800,000 new homes over the next decade across the state. By Tim William, Spectrum News 1
Governor Hochul Announces Statewide Strategy to Address New York’s Housing Crisis and Build 800,000 New Homes
Jan. 10, 2023
New York Housing Compact Will Set Local Housing Targets, Include Local Participation to Achieve Housing Growth in Every Community
PODCAST: Episode 047 – NYC EDC – The Catalyst for the Future New York City
Dec. 28, 2022
Melissa Román Burch, EVP and COO of The New York City Economic Development Corporation and I talk about the future of this great city. By Realty Speak NYC
Mayor Adams Unveils "Get Stuff Built," Bold Three-Pronged Strategy to Tackle Affordable Housing Crisis, Sets "Moonshot" Goal of 500,000 new Homes
Dec. 8, 2022
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today unveiled "Get Stuff Built," a comprehensive, three-pronged effort to address New York City's affordable housing crisis and underlying housing shortage. By The Official Website of the City of New York
New York tried to make apartments affordable. The opposite happened.
July 16, 2022
Stories abound of apartment hunters fighting bidding wars and languishing in hourlong lines for packed open houses. It's a problem decades in the making. - By JANAKI CHADHA, Politico
RISING BACK UP | How higher rents are impacting NYC tenants and small landlords alike
July 13, 2022
By Isabel Song Beer, AM New York
In housing-starved NYC, tens of thousands of affordable apartments sit empty
July 5, 2022
Landlords blame the state’s rent law for making repairs a money-losing proposition; lawmakers don’t believe them. - By Suzannah Cavanaugh and Sasha Jones, TheRealDeal New York Real Estate News