January 21, 2021

Biden to extend limits on evictions, foreclosures

President Joe Biden is extending federal limits on evictions through at least the end of March.

Biden is expected to move quickly to extend protections for renters, Bloomberg reported, and may sign an executive order within […]

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January 14, 2021

Landlord-tenant implications of New York’s new Covid Emergency Law

Provides no relief to landlords and mortgagees, no way to force the property to be income producing

If a tenant files a Hardship Declaration with an Owner, the Owner cannot bring an eviction proceeding before May 1, […]

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January 12, 2021

Empty commercial space to become homes under CUOMO recovery plan

New York’s real estate leaders have applauded Governor Andrew Cuomo’s plans to rebuild the economy after COVID, which includes converting surplus commercial space into housing.

Plan to rebuild the economy also included legalizing adult-use cannabis and online sports betting tax to help plug a $15 […]

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December 27, 2020

Albany strikes deal on eviction and foreclosure bill

Limits on ousting tenants will be in place until May 1

Cuomo had previously said he intended to extend existing legislation limiting evictions, portions of which were to expire at the […]

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December 24, 2020

Lawmakers rush to pass more limits on residential evictions

State lawmakers are racing to pass legislation before the end of the year to significantly expand upon the existing limits on residential evictions.

Move comes hours after governor says current regime will be extended

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December 22, 2020

New York to get $1.3B for rent relief in stimulus package

Congress has finally reached a deal on a relief package that includes $25 billion in rental assistance, of which New York would receive $1.3 billion.

Landlord groups say it’s a good start, but not enough

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December 22, 2020

Congress came through. Why is real estate not satisfied?

Its omission of funding for city and state governments, however, means real estate will have to fight next year, in New York and probably elsewhere, to stave off tax increases.

Holes in the federal aid package will hurt the industry starting next year

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December 10, 2020

With a new supermajority, Democrats eye more progressive real estate protections for renters.

The Albany Democrats' progressive agenda is making some in the real estate community jumpy.

Since the mid-terms, Democrats have held the majority of seats but a supermajority allows Democrats to override any veto from […]

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December 10, 2020

Housing Fights to Be Heard in the Mayoral Race

The New York mayoral race may pivot on how well the candidates address a long list of housing policy proposals put forth by a wide-ranging coalition.

A coalition of housing groups releases a blueprint that includes rezoning affluent neighborhoods, legalizing basement apartments and turning hotels into […]

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