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
VIDEO: Nevada man turns the tables on squatters — by ‘squatting’ himself
March 25, 2023
A Nevada handyman turned the tables on squatters who invaded his mother’s California home, after local officials said they could offer no assistance in getting them out. By Jon Levine, New York Post
Progressives’ ‘good cause eviction’ bill spells doom for NYC housing
March 24, 2023
The "good cause" bill would prohibit evictions if rents become "unreasonable" -- specifically, raised by more than 3% or 1.5% above the Consumer Price Index, as determined once a year. By Howard Husock, New York Post
Not such a good cause: landlords
March 23, 2023
Small property owners are against a bill that would make it harder to evict. By Naeisha Rose, Queens Chronicle
Albany’s Toxic Rent Control Plan
March 22, 2023
Are progressives in Albany trying to make New York unlivable for anyone but the super wealthy? By The Editorial Board, Wall Street Journal
March 21, 2023
Beware NY progressives’ push for universal rent control. By Editorial Board, New York Post
Beware NY progressives’ push for universal rent control
March 21, 2023
State and city law limit rent hikes on about a million rent-regulated city units. By The Editorial Board, New York Post
New New York rent-control bill would drive out small landlords, help developers
March 20, 2023
The erroneously named Good Cause Eviction Bill, now in the New York Legislature, would impose rent controls on market-rate buildings in the five boroughs -- and crush many small, immigrant landlords. By Steve Cuozzo, The New York Post