Articles

City sets criteria, launch date for Airbnb host registration
Feb. 3, 2023
By Cara Eisenpress, Crain's New York Business
How Hochul Plans to Build Hundreds of Thousands of Homes Near Train Stations
Feb. 3, 2023
The governor's proposal for “transit-oriented development” has so far gotten a mixed reception from suburban legislators, who killed a similar plan last year. By Sam Mellins, Focus New York
NYC landlords — and residents — deserve background checks for would-be tenants
Feb. 3, 2023
There is a growing trend of treating criminals as a new protected class. Common-sense New Yorkers need to reject this idea before it’s too late. By Robert Holden, New York Post
2023 STATE REAL ESTATE POLICIES TO WATCH
Feb. 2, 2023
Here are the real estate policies to watch in Hochul’s budget
TRANSIT ORIENTED HOUSING
Feb. 2, 2023
How Hochul Plans to Build Hundreds of Thousands of Homes Near Train Stations
Here are the real estate policies to watch in Hochul’s budget
Feb. 2, 2023
Gov. Kathy Hochul on Wednesday unveiled a $227 billion state budget plan aimed at ramping up housing production through zoning changes and tax incentives. BY KATHRYN BRENZEL, The Real Deal New York Real Estate News
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
Section 8 Bill Introduced in Senate
Jan. 31, 2023
The bipartisan legislation seeks to revitalize HUD’s Section 8 Voucher program. By Maria Spencer, National Apartment Association
Weekly Newsletter 1/29/23
Jan. 29, 2023
DSNY APPLICATIONS - CHALLENGE PROPERTY TAX - OPPOSE INTRO 632
The Sociopath Next Door
Jan. 29, 2023
New York’s city council wants to bar the use of criminal background checks by landlords. By Seth Barron, City Journal