The Housing Session That Wasn'tJuly 16, 2023
End of NY legislative session becomes nightmare for real estate
NYCHA says it needs nearly $80 billion for repairsJuly 16, 2023
New York City’s public housing agency needs more than $78 billion to make much-needed repairs to its dilapidated housing stock, according to a new 20-year assessment released Wednesday
New York Rent Control: Could the End be Near?July 15, 2023
New York Rent Control: Could the End be Near?
Rent/Landlord Control Challenged in NYCJuly 15, 2023
New York City’s strict rent control law also restricts the ability of landlords to exit the market. Tommy Berry details a challenge the Supreme Court may take up in the next term.
Supreme Court pressed to take up case challenging 'draconian' New York City rent control lawJuly 15, 2023
Lawsuit aims to end 50 years of rent-controlled apartments in NYC
Hochul Admin Sought Input on Tenant Protections — From Real Estate LobbyJuly 8, 2023
In emails to the governor’s office, the Real Estate Board of New York proposed scaled back tenant protections for the state budget
NAR, NAA Among Groups Pushing For Supreme Court To Strike Down Rent ControlJuly 8, 2023
A dozen national real estate groups have joined the fray in New York landlords' legal fight against the state's 2019 rent stabilization laws, filing briefs asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the landmark legislation
What to make of REBNY’s secret memoJuly 8, 2023
Trade group’s housing pitch to Hochul falls into journalist’s hands
Rent Increases Still on Track for ‘Over Income’ NYCHA TenantsJuly 8, 2023
An advocacy group mistakenly claimed HUD was pausing new income calculation rules, but the department says it is moving ahead — and is also planning to reduce deductions and crack down on tenants with high assets.
Reps. Stefanik, Malliotakis urge Hochul to veto housing bills they say would destablize marketJuly 8, 2023
Republican Reps. Elise Stefanik and Nicole Malliotakis are urging Gov. Kathy Hochul to veto 2 bills they claim would force landlords to lower rents approved years ago and destabilize the housing market.