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New Study Finds Renters Want A Sense Of Community Due To...

At the end of their lease term, renters sometimes face the difficult decision of whether they want to renew their lease or move elsewhere....

NYS Emergency Rental Assistance Funding Dries Up, Eviction Notices Skyrocket

The New York State Emergency Rental Assistance Fund (ERAP) is out of money, despite a growing need for its services. The 2022-23 State budget...

The Median Rent in Manhattan is $4,000, Up 25% Annually

According to a May 2022 report from Douglas Elliman, median rents in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Northwest Queens grew exponentially over the last year. Manhattan,...

NYC Tenants Facing Eviction Struggle to Find Legal Representation

Three months after the end of New York’s eviction moratorium, public defender groups say they’ve hit a ceiling and are unable to take on...

What is ERAP and How Does it Work? 

ERAP is not a new form of rap you buy online. (Get it? e-rap?) All kidding aside, if you're one of the hundreds of...

When Can Landlords Legally Turn Off the Heat?

As temperatures rise, skies clear, and the city settles into the full flush of April, New Yorkers start throwing open their windows to breathe...

NYC Mayor Announces Lawsuit Against Moshe Piller, “Worst Landlords” #28

Killer Landlord May Finally Have to Pay  Famously reprehensible landlord Moshe Piller is, amazingly, still alive, even with such a reputation of repugnancy. Not only...

The Worst Landlords in NYC 

One thing just about anyone from the City can attest to, is that NYC is home to some of the worst landlords in the...

What It’s Like To Be Single and Live Alone in NYC

New York City is one of the most expensive cities in the world, and the price for housing just keeps climbing up. In fact,...

10 Things Your Landlord is Required To And Not to Provide

From peepholes and chain guards to window screens and ACs, renters in NYC should know what their landlords are and aren't required to provide...

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