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    Essex Property Trust president Michael Schall (Photo via Nareit)

    Essex Property’s tenant concessions help drive down Q3 earnings

    Essex Property Trust, one of the largest apartment owners on the West Coast, reported double-digit declines in funds from...

    Essex Property’s tenant concessions help drive down Q3 earnings
    How tough is Freddie when it comes to protecting landlords and tenants?

    How tough is Freddie when it comes to protecting landlords and tenants?

    UPDATED, Oct. 21, 2020, 5:00 p.m.: Tenant protections at apartment buildings with federally backed mortgages didn’t stop landlords in...

    How tough is Freddie when it comes to protecting landlords and tenants?
    New foreclosure filings are rising again as limits are lifted (iStock)

    Foreclosure filings ramp up, especially in minority neighborhoods

    Claire Smith hesitates to call herself a landlord. At least, she said, not a “corporate landlord.” Growing up in...

    Foreclosure filings ramp up, especially in minority neighborhoods
    New York Community Bank president Joseph Ficalora (Facebook; iStock)

    NYC’s largest multifamily lender says rent collections are at pre-pandemic levels

    New York City’s largest multifamily lender said rent collections in its loan portfolio have returned to pre-pandemic levels and...

    NYC’s largest multifamily lender says rent collections are at pre-pandemic levels
    New York Attorney General Letitia James and 63-36 99th Street in Rego Park (Getty; StreetEasy)

    “Not on my watch”: AG Tish James fines developers who violated 421a

    A new investigation into buildings that benefit from the 421a tax abatement by New York Attorney General Letitia James...

    “Not on my watch”: AG Tish James fines developers who violated 421a
    The number of mortgage borrowers in Covid-19 forbearance plans ticked down again this week. (iStock)

    3M homeowners remain in forbearance

    Nearly 3 million U.S. homeowners were in forbearance programs as of this week, a massive amount but still a sharp drop from 4.76 million at the height of the pandemic. That’s according to a...

    3M homeowners remain in forbearance
    Mayor Bill de Blasio and the Lucerne Hotel at  201 West 79th Street (Getty; iStock; Google Maps)

    Lawsuit blasts NYC’s “capricious” Covid-19 homeless response

    A legal services provider representing homeless New Yorkers has sued the city for its handling of the Covid-19 outbreak,...

    Lawsuit blasts NYC’s “capricious” Covid-19 homeless response
    The National Multifamily Housing Council’s monthly payment tracker found that 90.6 percent of those households paid some rent by Oct. 20. (iStock)

    Rent collections in market-rate apartments stagnate in October

    Rental payments for market-rate apartments are holding steady from September, but down slightly from last year. The National Multifamily...

    Rent collections in market-rate apartments stagnate in October
    Gov. Andrew Cuomo (Getty, iStock)

    Commercial eviction and foreclosure ban extended until January

    Landlords looking to boot non-paying commercial tenants will have to wait until the new year. New York’s moratorium on...

    Commercial eviction and foreclosure ban extended until January
    Public Advocate Jumaane Williams (Getty; iStock)

    “It’s compliance warfare”: Industry slams landlord accountability bills

    Two bills from the city’s public advocate would significantly raise the stakes for property owners with housing violations. The...

    “It’s compliance warfare”: Industry slams landlord accountability bills

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