As the pandemic enters its second year, millions of renters are struggling with a loss of income and with the insecurity of not knowing how…View More Pandemic’s Toll on Housing: Falling Behind, Doubling Up
“I’m at a job where I don’t make that much, but I just try to maintain as much as I can,” she said. “Rent is…View More New York Halted Evictions. But What Happens When the Ban Ends?
The New York Legislature is expected on Monday to pass one of the most comprehensive anti-eviction laws in the nation, as the state contends with…View More New York Will Ban Most Evictions as Tenants Struggle to Pay Rent
CHICOPEE, Mass. — The tenants in the third-floor apartment had 30 minutes to leave. Deputies from the Hampden County Sheriff’s Department — in black uniforms,…View More Is There Such a Thing as a Humane Eviction?
Looking to expand aid, Mayor Jim Kenney announced in early March that the city would budget $50 million for a five-year program to assist low-income…View More Use It or Lose It: Tenant Aid Effort Nears a Federal Cutoff
The pandemic is pummeling New York City’s commercial real estate industry, one of its main economic engines, threatening the future of the nation’s largest business…View More Midtown Is Reeling. Should Its Offices Become Apartments?
Cheryl Berman-Schechter, 50, has been going to Montauk, the hamlet on the eastern tip of Long Island, since the early 1990s. Back then it was…View More The Tenant Safe Harbor Act Comes to The Hamptons