Articles

Housing and MTA funding remain Long Island issues in state budget talks
April 1, 2023
Two of the puzzle's biggest holes are inextricably linked and matter much to Long Island — housing and public transit. By The Editorial Board, Newsday
Many landlords who signed letter backing “good cause” would be exempt from it
March 31, 2023
Check of property records reveals endorsers with nothing at stake. By Suzannah Cavanaugh, The Real Deal Real Estate News
New York Lawmakers Could Pass the Nation's Strictest State-Level Rent Control Law by the End of the Week
March 30, 2023
A controversial "good cause" eviction bill that would cap rent increases could be included in a budget bill that must pass by April 1. By CHRISTIAN BRITSCHGI, Reason
Good cause eviction blasted by Chinese landlords, but backed by unions
March 29, 2023
Owners already struggling with nonpaying tenants take issue with progressives. By The Real Deal Real Estate News
Chinese Landlords Say ‘Good Cause’ Eviction Would Ruin Them — and That Democrats Don’t Get It
March 28, 2023
In NYC, where a majority of Chinese households own a home, landlord protests have ignited on WeChat and the courthouse steps. BY RONG XIAOQING, The City
Landlords back ‘good cause’ push as budget deadline nears, pen letter to Hochul
March 28, 2023
A group of 104 building owners and landlords from across the state penned a letter to Gov. Hochul and legislative leaders backing the measure... By Denis Slattery, Daily News
Common Sense Solutions Are Needed to Address New York’s Housing Crisis, Not Ideological Fallacies
March 27, 2023
By Rev. Conrad B. Tillard Sr., New York Amsterdam News
It Looks Like the NY Legislature Wants Higher Rents and More Homelessness
March 27, 2023
BY ROBERT KNAKAL, Commercial Observer
Socialized Housing
March 27, 2023
In Albany, far-left legislators pursue a Good Cause Eviction law, which would effectively amount to seizing ownership of 4 million privately owned rental units. By Seth Barron, City Journal
On housing as on all else, Hochul must focus on winning politics
March 25, 2023
Barring the “good cause” devil’s bargain, her best hope is to focus on a 421-a extension for the four years she’s proposed. By NY Post Editorial Board