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Unpaid Landlords Say They Can’t Pay Their Bills —Or Get New Tenants

Newsday’s Sarah Trangle reports on the hardship being felt by some property owners. 

The Other People Facing Housing Woes Amid Pandemic: Mom And Pop Landlords

Hillary Chura with The Christian Science Monitor reports on the hardships being felt by some housing providers grappling with the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Opinion: The Rent Aid New Yorkers Need: A Strike Is Only Going to Hurt the People it Aims to Help

Former Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen and Community Preservation Corp. CEO Rachel Cestero outline why a rent strike would only hurt those who need help most. 

Opinion: Save Our City: Stop Making it So Damn Hard to Build

New York Post Columnist Steve Cuozzo outlines what needs to change to encourage the construction of more housing in New York City. 

Interview: Rent Control: Unjust and Ineffective

The Manhattan Institute’s Michael Hendrix interviews Mayer Brown partner Andrew Pincus, the lead attorney in a lawsuit taking on New York State’s sweeping rent-regulation laws.

New York Landlords Slow Apartment Upgrades, Blame New Rent Law

Josh Barbanel reports on the continued fallout from New York’s rent control law in The Wall Street Journal. 

Do New Housing Units in Your Backyard Raise Your Rents?

New York City Housing Shortage Could Create Economic Headwind

Fox Businesses’ Megan Henney outlines the economic consequences of New York’s housing shortage. 

Opinion: Supply-Side Housing Solutions

Manhattan Institute Adjunct Fellow Eric Kober outlines why supply-side housing solutions are the right fix for New York’s housing shortage.

Letter: New New York Rent Law Hurts Tenants, Workers

A reader from Brooklyn outlines what New Yorkers have to lose under rent control.

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