City to Rehab "Chronically Vacant" Rent-Stabilized Apartments for Tenants with Vouchers
April 19, 2023
The initiative will invest $10 million to repair stabilized units that have sat empty, and turn them over to tenants with rental assistance vouchers... By Jeanmarie Evelly, City Limits
It Looks Like the NY Legislature Wants Higher Rents and More Homelessness
March 27, 2023
BY ROBERT KNAKAL, Commercial Observer
New New York rent-control bill would drive out small landlords, help developers
March 20, 2023
The erroneously named Good Cause Eviction Bill, now in the New York Legislature, would impose rent controls on market-rate buildings in the five boroughs -- and crush many small, immigrant landlords. By Steve Cuozzo, The New York Post
Op-Ed | Operating an apartment is becoming untenable
March 8, 2023
Forty years ago my parents immigrated to the City from the Caribbean. By Sharon Redhead, AM New York
Rent-stabilized landlords break down increasing vacancies
March 2, 2023
The number of vacant rent-stabilized properties have been growing in the city, with some landlords saying that's partly due to the cost of renovations and advocates have been looking for solutions.
Weekly Newsletter 2/19/23
Feb. 19, 2023
Rent law hurt Westchester’s housing stock, too: landlords
Feb. 17, 2023
"Report finds repair requests, sales prices down since HSTPA" - By Suzannah Cavanaugh, The Real Deal New York, Real Estate News
Changes to Rent-Stabilized Housing Laws Can Bring Thousands of Vacant Affordable Units Online, Unlock Over $1 Billion in Economic Activity
Feb. 10, 2023
A new report by the Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) released today highlights the steep costs of owning and operating rent-stabilized units in New York City. By Real Estate Weekly
Queens Lawmaker Proposes 7-Year Delay on Local Law 97 Implementation
Feb. 2, 2023
Some more environmentally conscious lawmakers may believe Local Law 97 couldn’t be implemented fast enough, but Queens Councilmember Vickie Paladino is trying to slam the brakes. By Mark Hallum, Commercial Observer
The data prove it: New York progs should spare the little guy their housing ‘help’
Jan. 27, 2023
A news study shows that 75% of responding landlords, who manage rent-stabilized housing units in the city, have been forced to delay. By Post Editorial Board, New York Post