Second Take: Compass layoffs and a renter-landlord relief bill

Journalists from The Real Deal discuss the Compass layoffs and a new rent bill

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Mar.March 25, 2020 05:00 PM

The reporters behind The Real Deal’s coverage of layoffs at Compass and a bold rent-relief bill in New York joined — by video conference — Associate Publisher Hiten Samtani for a deeper discussion of the two stories.

E.B. Solomont, who was first to report the layoffs, and Georgia Kromrei, who wrote about the rent bill after interviewing its sponsor, explain what led to the two developments and their implications in the above video.


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