An analysis powered by artificial intelligence by SAS and the Center for NYC Neighborhoods reveals racial disparities in homeownership, home loans and foreclosures in the city.
The Doe Fund recently received a Federal Home Loan Bank of New York Affordable Housing Program award of $600,000 for Villa House, its latest affordable and supportive multifamily development in the Bronx.
New York State Homes and Community Renewal Commissioner RuthAnne Visnauskas recently announced that an investigation by HCR’s Tenant Protection Unit resulted in the prevention of unlawful rent increases for up to 6,200 New York City households.
As New Yorkers prepare to spend more time indoors this winter, Congresswoman Nydia M. Velázquez and U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand sent a letter to the head of the New York City Housing Authority on the authority’s plans to prevent the ...
Comptroller Scott M. Stringer is calling on Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYCHA Chair and Chief Executive Officer Gregory Russ to address alarming ventilation deficiencies and other conditions in NYCHA buildings that leave residents vulnerable to a potential second wave ...
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams joined a family who has been directly impacted by exposure to lead paint in a New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) development to demand the agency provide immediate assistance for families who have been exposed ...
Landlords can resume eviction proceedings after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued clarifications to a previous executive order from President Donald Trump.
Along with housing prices, rental prices have risen dramatically in the last decade.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the State's Tenant Safe Harbor Act is being expanded until Jan. 1, 2021 to protect additional residential tenants from eviction if they are suffering financial hardship during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
The Trump administration has issued a directive halting the eviction of certain renters through the end of 2020 to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus
Levittown, Long Island was set up, from its inception in 1947, to leave Black Americans out.
In Manhattan, where an apartment is typically gone in a New York minute, more than 13,000 units are sitting empty, according to a new report by Miller Samuel and real estate giant Douglas Elliman.
New York City renters have access to online resources to help prevent evictions and keep them stably housed with a newly launched tenant resource portal.
With the COVID-19 pandemic creating uncertainty as eviction moratoriums come to an end, officials are warning renters about the uptick in rental scams targeted at New Yorkers desperately looking for affordable housing.
As an economic crisis continues coupling with the COVID-19 pandemic, experts say that moratoriums on evictions are expiring soon which will lead to mass numbers of people who won’t have a place to live.