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A StreetEasy analysis shows landlords are regaining financial ground following a period when renters had the upper hand.
Tens of thousands of Garden State tenants in arrears hope more rental aid will stave off their removal, but that’s hardly a safe bet.
It’s the largest proposed increase since 2013.
As the number of eviction cases rises, a shortage of attorneys is forcing an increasing number of tenants to move forward with legal representation under a city program meant to keep New Yorkers in their homes.
Union leaders sent a letter to Gov. Hochul and legislative leaders last week stating that housing insecurity is a major cause of stress for their members. The bill would limit landlords’ abilities to raise rent and evict tenants.
The new report by Human Rights Watch found a lack of oversight of NYCHA’s private management program.
Those who face immediate eviction are renters whose cases were decided before the pandemic.
New Jersey’s eviction ban for low-income renters expires at the end of the month.
The new law protects tenants who couldn’t pay rent due to the pandemic as long as they certify they applied for rental assistance.
Chief Justice Stuart Rabner says changes are coming to eviction trials in September.
More than 58,000 eviction filings have been made during the pandemic and the courts expect almost 200,000 cases in 2022.
The building is partially owned by Alex Rodriguez and Barbara Corcoran.
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