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Who is still buying NYC’s rent-stabilized buildings?
New York Issue

Who is still buying NYC’s rent-stabilized buildings?

After New York lawmakers passed the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act in 2019, greatly strengthening rent regulation in...

Who is still buying NYC’s rent-stabilized buildings?
Long Beach reopens rent relief program

Long Beach reopens rent relief program

The City of Long Beach, California reopened its pandemic rental assistance program thanks to an infusion of new state and federal funding, city officials announced. Long Beach, the second most populous city in Los...

Long Beach reopens rent relief program
Watch what the eviction moratorium means for tenants and landlords.
New York

WATCH: How the eviction ban is affecting landlords, renters

New York’s eviction moratorium has saved some from ruin, but threatens to cause it for others. The moratorium, which...

WATCH: How the eviction ban is affecting landlords, renters
Daniel Yukelson of Apartment Association of Greater L.A. (Credit: iStock)

Landlords fuming over sexual harassment “reports”

The landlord-tenants hornets’ nest has been stirred again, with property owners crying they are unjustly accused of sexually harassing...

Landlords fuming over sexual harassment “reports”
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National

Banks can snatch stimulus checks before landlords see a dime

Legislators fast-tracked the federal stimulus package to provide “fast and direct relief,” but allowed banks to garnish the checks...

Banks can snatch stimulus checks before landlords see a dime
What the $2 trillion stimulus does for real estate
National

What the $2 trillion stimulus does for real estate

“In moments of crisis,” the legendary developer Big Bill Zeckendorf was fond of saying, “one’s world tends to become...

What the $2 trillion stimulus does for real estate
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