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A year without 421a: Project sales, lawsuits and wasted rezonings
June 5, 2023
Dramatic storylines have emerged from tax break’s expiration
Airbnb to New York City: You’ve ended our $85 million business here
June 5, 2023
Tourists coming to New York City this summer can book accommodations in their choice of 29 registered short-term rental units.
Vacant NYCHA Units Continue to Increase, With Transfers Complicated by PACT
June 5, 2023
NYCHA’s target time is 30 days for apartment turnover. But as of April, it took the housing authority an average of 410 days to re-occupy a vacant apartment, up significantly from the start of the year and more than double what it took a year ago.
Landlords Will Soon Have to Inform Tenants About Flood Risks
June 5, 2023
To help renters make better-informed choices, leases must disclose a property’s propensity to flood and whether it suffered flood damage in the past.
PACIFIC LEGAL FOUNDATION - RECORDING ON RECENT PROPERTY RIGHTS WINS
June 3, 2023
Hear PCL discuss recent SCOTUS decisions
Landlords Ask Supreme Court to Hear Challenge to New York Rent-Stabilization Law
May 13, 2023
Landlords Ask Supreme Court to Hear Challenge to New York Rent-Stabilization Law
Impasse Over 'Good Cause' Eviction Imperils Push For More Housing
May 13, 2023
Impasse Over 'Good Cause' Eviction Imperils Push For More Housing
Rent control theater could become true drama
May 13, 2023
Rent control theater could become true drama
Empty NYC-owned apartments could help solve housing crisis, policy group says
May 13, 2023
Empty NYC-owned apartments could help solve housing crisis, policy group says
Accused sex abuse NYC pol Juan Ardila a ‘deadbeat’ who allegedly owes $19K in rent
May 13, 2023
Accused sex abuse NYC pol Juan Ardila a ‘deadbeat’ who allegedly owes $19K in rent