A new NYC law requires hosts to register their short-term rentals
A controversial bill prohibiting Big Apple landlords from performing criminal background checks on prospective tenants
City Council on Thursday passed a bill to ramp up reporting requirements for vacant retail space
Comptroller proposes similar program to temporarily legalize basement, cellar units
As part of the deal, they must reset rents to legal rates, refund tenants the difference, and once again offer […]
The bill’s failure was a blow for groups like Housing Justice For All, which has rallied relentlessly to pressure the […]
After listening you will clearly understand why passage of this Bill will be GOOD for nothing!
Experts say the unions’ push could draw lawmakers’ attention to the good cause campaign
Landlords argue that the rent-regulation system violates their constitutional property right
“Good Cause Eviction” bill will strictly limit rent increases and evictions on New York City renters.
Landlords argue 2019 reform amounted to taking of property
Will expire on June 15, 2022, and is not expected to be renewed
Relief needs approval by the state legislature and would take months
It would strip landlords of their ownership rights
Beginning in 2024, new buildings in the city will go electric
The bill would have created a liability for owners and a worry for tenants
Signs law raising renting power of homeless New Yorkers
The bill, landlords would be blocked from running criminal record checks
Bill would prevent residential landlords from seeking early termination fees
Letter by CA, IL, NY officials, among others, asks HUD to stay proceedings on low-income tenants who applied for relief
Gov. Hochul signed legislation delaying verdict until mid-2022
Potential OZ investors to come to us as opposed to going out and trying to find them?
Tenants’ case accuses developer of illegally inflating rents in Bed-Stuy
Existing buildings would have until 2026 to comply
As nonpayment cases pile up, owners pursue money judgments in civil court
In-person appearances on tap as courts dismiss warnings of “sickness and death”
Enacting Commercial Rent Stabilization will significantly damage New York City’s economy and impair the viability of conducting business in NYC.
Third lawsuit awaiting arguments in Second Circuit
Landlords who charge more than one month’s rent for security at lease execution are taking a substantial risk.