The shortage of judges in NY’s Housing Court is causing massive pain for both tenants and landlords
July 18, 2022
By Joseph Strasburg and Olga Someras, New York Post
Semi-Monthly Newsletter 7/17/2022
July 17, 2022
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
Calls for statewide law after Albany's 'good cause' eviction struck down
July 13, 2022
The city of Albany is appealing the ruling by a state Supreme Court justice - By Joshua Solomon, Times Union
It's Time To Request Absentee Ballot for August, 23, 2022 Primary
July 12, 2022
August Primaries will be held for the State Senate and US House of Representatives.
At long last, strike down this tax system
July 11, 2022
By Stanley E. Grayson, New York Daily News
Judge Strikes Down Albany's "Good Cause Eviction" Law
July 8, 2022
Landlords bitten by program intended to feed them
July 5, 2022
Aid has run dry, but nonpaying tenants remain shielded from eviction - By Suzannah Cavanaugh, TheRealDeal New York Real Estate News
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