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NYC building sales slump despite plummeting prices because of crippling regulations, high interest rates By Social Links for
Jan. 28, 2024
Buyers are walking away from building deals, creating opportunities for some
Kingston rent-control showdown in the appellate court
Jan. 28, 2024
Courts and legislators focus on landlord participation in vacancy surveys
Apartment Owners Report Surge In Rental Application Fraud
Jan. 28, 2024
Fraud
Hochul wants to build 15K homes on state land to stem shortage. Which locations targeted?
Jan. 28, 2024
A former prison in Dutchess County. A psychiatric center in Queens. A pair of SUNY campuses on Long Island
Gov. Hochul has struck out on housing reform — but here’s what could actually help NYC’s crisis
Jan. 21, 2024
Among New York City's propositions to solve its housing crisis are tiny homes.
The Daily Dirt: Landlords pay for bad information
Jan. 21, 2024
Erroneous screening reports are a problem for tenants, but also for owners
Progressive NYC Council members to be stripped of committee chairs
Jan. 21, 2024
Voting against the budget may cost members leadership positions, under Speaker Adrienne Adams
Are we closer to fixing N.Y.’s housing problem?
Jan. 21, 2024
Are we closer to fixing N.Y.’s housing problem?
Good cause eviction could reduce housing options for thousands of LI college students
Jan. 14, 2024
Good cause eviction will have severe consequences for colleges like Stony Brook, where many students live in off-campus housing.
N.Y. Top Court Shows Interest in Reviving Property Tax Challenge
Jan. 14, 2024
Judges ask if appeals court’s dismissal was premature City’s property tax code allegedly violates state, US constitutions