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City Council Passes Bill Enabling Tenants to Report Vacant Apartments
Dec. 10, 2023
In response to “warehousing” and THE CITY’s coverage, measure cues up inspections of hazardous conditions in empty units.
REBNY president says housing development could take a backseat in Albany next year
Dec. 10, 2023
REBNY president says housing development could take a backseat in Albany next year
NYC landlords pump the brakes on e-bikes
Dec. 10, 2023
“I'm glad your bike's safe, but we're not allowing anybody's bikes in.”
What the New York City Council got done in the past two years
Dec. 10, 2023
The legislative body could use some of its additional oversight powers in the next session.
NYC to pay lucky homeowners up to $395K to build a tiny home as part of new program
Dec. 3, 2023
A tiny house on display at the United Nations Plaza in New York City on July 16, 2018
Why landlords kept unpaid rent plan secret from tenant groups
Dec. 3, 2023
CHIP went solo when it pitched an alternative to housing court
Hochul confirms she’s not pursuing housing growth mandates in upcoming legislative session
Dec. 3, 2023
Gov. Kathy Hochul confirmed on Thursday that the growth mandates which anchored her housing plan this year will not be part of her agenda going into the new legislative session in January.
Landlords Are Tanking Their Tenants’ Credit Scores
Dec. 3, 2023
“Good credit is priceless!”
'A Bloodbath': Reckoning For Rent-Stabilized Apartment Owners Starting To Set In
Nov. 19, 2023
'A Bloodbath': Reckoning For Rent-Stabilized Apartment Owners Starting To Set In
Signature’s rent-stabilized loans draw anemic interest
Nov. 19, 2023
FDIC rule disqualifies prospective bidders; others fear “toxic waste”