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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?
The plaintiff invested $1 million in exchange for a portfolio of hotels - but never received his part of the agreement (Getty)
New York

Urban Commons defrauded investor out of $1M in hotel venture: lawsuit

Trouble continues to mount for Los Angeles-based Urban Compass, the bankrupt owner of Lower Manhattan’s Wagner Hotel and former...

Urban Commons defrauded investor out of $1M in hotel venture: lawsuit
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National

“He is a monster”: Virginia landlord faces $8M lawsuit

Tenants in southeastern Virginia alleged a landlord left properties in dilapidated states and repeatedly inflicted racist and sexist harassment...

“He is a monster”: Virginia landlord faces $8M lawsuit
NAR President Charlie Oppler and Attorney General Merrick Garland (Getty, NAR)
National

NAR should play ball with regulators: antitrust experts

Antitrust experts recently advised the National Association of Realtors and other industry members to work with federal authorities as...

NAR should play ball with regulators: antitrust experts
Douglas Durst, One Bryant Park, Robert Durst (Getty, Durst Org)
National

Robert Durst’s nephew sues family for cutting off trust payments

The courtroom drama surrounding the Durst family did not end with Robert Durst’s murder conviction in Los Angeles on...

Robert Durst’s nephew sues family for cutting off trust payments
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