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New York landlords can no longer impose surcharges on rent-regulated tenants who install their own air-conditioners after a bill sponsored by state Sen. Robert Jackson and Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz was signed into law by Gov. Kathy Hochul Nov. 21. more
To the editor: Bad news. Certainly not of the magnitude of MAGA, Ukraine, climate change, or mass shootings. more
Looking to rent a studio or two-bedroom apartment in the northwest Bronx? Expect to pay a little more than $1,500 to $2,600 per month after the city’s new rent stabilized guidelines-approved increases for one-year and two-year leases of 3.25 percent and 5 percent, respectively. more
Renters in Albany — they’re just like us. And the New York City Right to Counsel Coalition says they need access to lawyers in housing court, too. more
A residential property on the 5000 block of Goodridge Avenue was broken into sometime between Oct. 20 at 4 p.m. and Oct. 24 at 9 a.m. more
Ink Property Group will pay up to $1.75 million for illegally buying out rent-stabilized tenants, deregulating their units, and lying to lenders to finance dozens of additions to their portfolio, New York Attorney General Leticia James announced this week. more
To the editor: (re: “Getting lost in the bureaucratic funhouse of co-ops valuations,” June 30) I would have found your recent Housing Block item to be funny if it wasn’t so horrendously true.    more
Rent-stabilized tenants will have to cut their landlords a bigger check this year after the Rent Guidelines Board decided last week to raise rents for roughly a million apartments under its control. more
Manhattan law firm Kucker, Marino, Winiarsky & Bittens LLP will pay $50,000 for sending misleading letters to hundreds of tenants in the Bronx for giving them a false sense of security and bad legal advice regarding their rent-stabilization status, New York Attorney General Letitia James announced June 17. more
The Rent Guidelines Board voted 5-4 Tuesday night to grant final approval to the biggest rent hike for rent-stabilized tenants in nine years. Rent for one-year leases will go up 3.25 percent and 5 percent for two-year leases. more
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