New York’s rent laws are a gross violation of property rightsSept. 24, 2023
Opinion - George Will
The mysterious wave of illegal rental complaints against Mayor Adams and top city leadersSept. 9, 2023
The mysterious wave of illegal rental complaints against Mayor Adams and top city leaders
Housing Agency Ignores Law Requiring Public Disclosure of NYCHA Code ViolationsSept. 9, 2023
Since January, state law has required the city to detail public housing problems in its online portal. That’s not happening.
See The List Of NYC Lawmakers Who Waged War On Homeowners In Favor Of Hotel LobbyistsSept. 9, 2023
(See the List of City Council Members who voted for this law, which absolutely hurts black homeowners)
Leading commercial real estate broker warns city is headed for hard timesSept. 9, 2023
Leading commercial real estate broker warns city is headed for hard times
Another rent-stabilized landlord faces foreclosureSept. 9, 2023
City Skyline Realty defaults on $26M in debt backed by four buildings
Landlords laud Airbnb crackdown, but two-family owners cry foulSept. 9, 2023
Local Law 18 essentially bans short-term rentals in NYC
Report Explores How Many Eviction Cases One Lawyer Can JuggleSept. 9, 2023
An experienced, full-time tenant lawyer can effectively take on 48 eviction cases per year, according to a highly-anticipated report released Aug. 31 by a state court working group.
SCOTUS Will Soon Toss or Take Rent Stabilization Cases. Here’s What to Know.Sept. 9, 2023
The public will likely learn in October if challenges to rent stabilization—from landlords and trade groups including the Community Housing Improvement Program and Rent Stabilization Association—will proceed before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Pilot project to rehab rent-stabilized units is months behind scheduleSept. 3, 2023
Landlords say delay pushes back realization that it won’t work