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Tenant group Housing Justice for All is using the coronavirus crisis to demand a moratorium on evictions. (Credit: iStock)

New York tenant group demands eviction moratorium in wake of health crisis

The group behind last year’s rent law reset is using a public health crisis to demand more tenant-friendly changes....

New York tenant group demands eviction moratorium in wake of health crisis
Evictions are going down in parts of the city where Right to Counsel applies, sparking a push to expand the law. (Credit: iStock)

Evictions down 20% in parts of NYC where tenants get free lawyers

Evictions in areas where low-income tenants received city-funded legal services funded dropped by almost 20 percent last year, according...

Evictions down 20% in parts of NYC where tenants get free lawyers
The drop in evictions may be a result of confusion over the implementation of the law. CHIP's Jay Martin (inset) (Credit: iStock and Twitter)

Evictions fell 18 percent in NYC after rent law passed

Evictions by New York City marshals fell by 18.3 percent after the state passed sweeping changes to the rent...

Evictions fell 18 percent in NYC after rent law passed
New York Capital Region Apartment Association spokesperson Jaime Cain (Credit: iStock, Boylan Code)

Landlords of the world, unite?

A new statewide alliance of landlords called Under One Roof NY is hoping to open some doors in Albany. The group represents some 1,500 upstate and New York City landlords, according to its spokesperson,...

Landlords of the world, unite?
Evictions filed against tenants for nonpayment fell by more than 46 percent (Credit: iStock)

Evictions down in wake of New York rent law

Since the state legislature took a hacksaw to New York’s rent law in June, New York City has seen a precipitous decline in eviction proceedings. Evictions filed against tenants for nonpayment fell by more...

Evictions down in wake of New York rent law
101 West 23rd Street and E&M Management principal Daniel Goldstein (Credit: Google Maps and E&M)

“Something is rotten” at Chelsea co-op, owners say

Homeowners in a land-lease cooperative in Chelsea are facing eviction after skyrocketing maintenance fees and a hostile takeover of...

“Something is rotten” at Chelsea co-op, owners say
Department of Investigation Commissioner Margaret Garnett (Credit: iStock)

Evictions didn’t go down from 2017-2018 quite as much as the DOI thought

The Department of Investigation will likely increase its official residential eviction totals from last year. The city agency found...

Evictions didn’t go down from 2017-2018 quite as much as the DOI thought
Widow of Greek shipping heir facing eviction from $10M Pierre Hotel co-op

Widow of Greek shipping heir facing eviction from $10M Pierre Hotel co-op

The 73-year-old widow of a Greek shipping magnate who refused to leave her Pierre Hotel co-op is now facing...

Widow of Greek shipping heir facing eviction from $10M Pierre Hotel co-op
No pooch left behind: Bill to protect pets during evictions advances

No pooch left behind: Bill to protect pets during evictions advances

A bill meant to prevent pets from getting left in homes during evictions is almost the law of the...

No pooch left behind: Bill to protect pets during evictions advances
(Credit from back: Steve Jurvetson, Pixabay)

Failure to launch: When parents go to court to evict their son

Like many millennials, Michael Rotondo, still lived with parents up until this week when they took the unusual step...

Failure to launch: When parents go to court to evict their son
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