Tax lien sale

The selloff is scheduled for September 4th.
The process could lead to the groups, many of them houses of worship, losing their properties.
Legislation introduced today could channel more buildings out of the sale, which advocates say perpetuates a cycle of property neglect and tenant abuse.
The city is poised to extend its controversial annual tax lien sale for four more years.
"I'm not going to tell you that there are none, but..."
The annual sale helps banks and bondholders profit off of bad landlords and perpetuates tenant abuse, according to the report.
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