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Pandemic strain on mom-and-pop landlords could affect affordable housing

Pandemic strain on mom-and-pop landlords could affect affordable housing You are unauthorized to view this page. Username or E-mail Password Remember Me     Forgot Password

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FHFA extends multifamily eviction moratorium

The Federal Housing Finance Agency has extended until the end of September the eviction moratorium for multifamily properties financed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac whose owners sought forbearance during the pandemic. The moratorium had previously been scheduled to expire at the end of this month You are unauthorized to […]

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Clock ticking for renters, Congress

Tenants, landlords and officials hope for action before moratorium ends For more information you can download these four documents Procedure for Addressing Residential and Commercial EvictionChanges in the Tenant Protection act of 2019New Petition Law and Forms Updated New York Landlord Tenant Laws June 2019 You are unauthorized to view […]

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With July rents due, renters brace for evictions

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Governor Cuomo Announces New COVIDRental Assistance Program

Governor Cuomo Announces New COVIDRental Assistance Program Funding available to tenants impacted by Coronavirus Pandemic.Funding will provide eligible households with a one-time rental subsidy that will be sent directly to the household’s landlord.Program application is available here. You are unauthorized to view this page.

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Covid19 – New York City Housing Court pending eviction cases

Law360 (May 19, 2020, 6:48 PM EDT) — The New York City Housing Court this week began taking up certain pending eviction cases in order to lighten caseloads ahead of an anticipated surge of cases following the coronavirus pandemic, Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks said Tuesday. Qualifying cases must […]

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