With unemployment filings continuing to come in, many are unsure when or if they can pay the rent.
Housing activists and elected officials want New York State Gov. Cuomo to do them a solid and pass reform to keep them home.
Millions in funding will be shifted from the NYPD and to the New York City Housing Authority, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday.
Unfortunately, during times of hardship, families are often targeted by fraud artists attempting to take advantage of those needing assistance.
New York Attorney General Letitia James provided direction to law enforcement departments throughout the state so they have clear guidance on how to protect the public from unlawful evictions both during the coronavirus pandemic public health crisis and into the ...
For rent-burdened New Yorkers, last week’s news from New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo was a start. Not the start they hoped for, but a start, nonetheless.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday eviction moratoriums have been extended another 60 days as the state continues to fight the COVID-19 outbreak.
The COVID-19 crisis has put a lot of New Yorkers out of work and left them without the income needed to make monthly rent.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated their official guidance on COVID-19 to include sheltered homeless populations
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has called on the state and the city’s Rent Guidelines Board to assist those who may be struggling to pay their rent next month due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new push by activists calls for all New Yorkers to withhold rent payments on May 1.
New York City renters who have lost a source of income could be allowed to defer their rent payments under a proposal put forth by Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday.
New York City Housing Authority leaders said they have close to 95,000 surgical masks on hand. Officials have said they’re distributing 90,000 of those masks to all operations departments.
New York City Housing Authority residents in need of repairs are afraid to allow workers without protective equipment inside their homes.
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues, rent for millions of New Yorkers is due this week. However, due to mass job losses, some renters are coming up empty-handed.