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Douglaston CEO sees 421a dead until 2026

The governor and real estate industry are gearing up to revive 421a, but developers should not count on success next year. Or the year after that. In fact, Douglaston Development CEO Jed Resnick said,...

Douglaston CEO sees 421a dead until 2026
HUD's Marcia Fudge and President Joe Biden (Getty, iStock)

Biden unveils 5 steps to reduce racial bias in appraisals

The Biden administration unveiled a five-point plan Wednesday to reduce racial bias in home lending and appraisals. The Property...

Biden unveils 5 steps to reduce racial bias in appraisals
HUD secretary Marcia Fudge (Getty)
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HUD sells flood-prone homes without informing buyers

A HUD flood? The federal government agency is selling homes to people in flood-prone areas without fully disclosing the...

HUD sells flood-prone homes without informing buyers
NYCHA Chairman Gregory Russ and NYCHA federal monitor Bart Schwartz. (NYCHA Monitor)

NYCHA overhauling management system

Mayor Bill de Blasio primarily blames the long, painful deterioration of the city’s public housing system on a decline in federal funding as developments aged and their maintenance needs grew. Terrible management, however, was...

NYCHA overhauling management system
President Joe Biden (iStock, Getty/Photo Illustration by Kevin Rebong)
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Biden bans LGBT-based housing discrimination

The federal government will ban discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity under the Fair Housing Act, and...

Biden bans LGBT-based housing discrimination

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