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Aging Population Faces Housing Shortage
by Amy HoakMarket Watch
September 2nd, 2014
Adequate housing for seniors is a problem, as many units are unsuitable for the disabled, and affordable housing is in short supply. Younger boomers are at particular risk, as they are less likely to own homes and many don't have children to help them.
Can Working-Class Families Afford to Live in San Mateo County?
by Aaron KinneySan Jose Mercury News
August 28th, 2014
Families in San Mateo County are being evicted so that landlords can increase rents there. Local governments have taken little action to address the problem.
Evictions Soar in Hot Market; Renters Suffer
by Shaila DewanNew York Times
August 28th, 2014
Tenants are being evicted in large numbers, as landlords push rents above what many tenants can pay,
March on the Slumlord: Portland Solidarity Network Brings Community Together to Stand Up to Landlords
libcom.org
August 27th, 2014
The Portland Solidarity Network is helping a tenant to recover her security deposit and rent overpayments from a local landlord.
How Oakland Landlords Fight Rent Control
by Sam LevinEast Bay Express
August 27th, 2014
The procedures of Oakland's rent board, as well as the make-up of the board, favor landlords over tenants, particularly in complex cases.
East Palo Alto Hires Third Rent Control Chief in Three Months
by Bonnie EslingerSan Jose Mercury News
August 26th, 2014
East Palo Alto has hired a new director for its Rent Control Board. The last director left after two weeks, when the City Manager's contract was not renewed.
Surprise, Surprise: SF Falling Far Short on Affordable Housing for Low-Income Residents
by Heather KnightSan Francisco Chronicle
August 25th, 2014
The California Housing Partnership reports that San Francisco needs to construct more than 40,000 units for low-income residents.
You Thought the Mortgage Crisis was Over? It's About to Flare Up Again
by David DayenNew Republic
August 24th, 2014
Mortgage re-sets may lead to a new wave of foreclosures, particularly in communities hard-hit by the collapse of the housing bubble.
Salinas Seniors Face Housing Crisis
by Dennis L. TaylorThe Californian
August 23rd, 2014
Low-income Salinas elders face high housing costs, as there is little housing available, and the government has cut funding for affordable housing construction.
October Trial Set for Challenge by Landlords to SF Eviction Law
by Bob EgelkoSan Francisco Chronicle
August 22nd, 2014
A landlord lawsuit against the increased relocation payments to tenants required under a new San Francisco ordinance will be heard in October.
Judge Denies Restraining Order in San Francisco Rent Case
by Joaquin PalominoReuters
August 22nd, 2014
A judge has refused to issue a restraining order that would put a hold on the San Francisco law requiring larger relocation payments to tenants evicted under the Ellis Act.
Housing Bill to Reduce Marin's Densities Awaits Governor's Approval
by Megan HansenMarin Independent Journal
August 22nd, 2014
A bill that would allow lower densities for affordable housing projects in Marin County has been passed by the Legislature. The bill would make affordable housing production there more expensive.
L.A. Nation's Most Expensive Housing Market
by Gregory J. WilcoxLos Angeles Daily News
August 21st, 2014
Los Angeles has the nation's highest housing costs for tenants.
20 Tenants Protest Eviction from Mission Building Where Shady Manager and Landlord Were Scheming
SFist
August 21st, 2014
Tenants are protesting an eviction, claiming that the building manager has taken rent from tenants, but failed to forward it to the landlord. Some tenants have cancelled checks proving that they paid the rent.
For Low-Income Families, Challenges Keep Growing
by Sally TullyOrange County Register
August 21st, 2014
Low-income families are overpaying for rent, and the government has cut funding for affordable housing construction by 76%.
Tenants Say Property Manager Stole Their Rent
by Joe Rivano BarrosMIssion Local
August 20th, 2014
Tenants are being evicted from their apartments for non-payment of rent even though they claim that the property manager stole their rent payments. Some tenants have canceled checks proving that they paid rent.
Coalition Marches for New Affordable Housing Rules in Harlem
by Tobias SalingerCommercial Observer
August 20th, 2014
A coalition of housing activists and construction union members rallied in support of new affordable housing requirements in New York City.
SF Tenants Rally for Support of Proposition G
by Jessica KwongSan Francisco Examiner
August 20th, 2014
Tenants rallied in support of Proposition G, the anti-speculation initiative on the November ballot.
Study: Orange County Has Shortfall of 118,895 Affordable Homes
by Ben BergmanKPCC
August 19th, 2014
A new study reports that Orange County needs nearly 119,000 affordable homes. However, state and federal funds for affordable housing have largely disappeared.
Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors Ditches Controversial Housing Fees
by Jason HoppinSanta Cruz Sentinel
August 19th, 2014
The Santa Cruz Board of Supervisors has made changes to affordable housing funding and requirements there. However, neither plan has developed much affordable housing in the County.
How Ferguson Went from Middle Class to Poor in a Generation
by Denver NicksTime Magazine
August 18th, 2014
Poor people are being forced to suburbs as urban areas are gentrified and richer suburbs use zoning to avoid allowing affordable housing.
Landlords, Tenants Unite on Amnesty Plan for Illegal Apartments
by Emily Alpert ReyesLos Angeles Times
August 17th, 2014
Landlords and tenants in Los Angeles are developing a plan that would allow for legalization of illegal apartments, many of which have been in existence for many years.
San Francisco Democratic Party Decides on Endorsements for November Election
by Rebecca BoweSan Francisco Bay Guardian
August 14th, 2014
Tenants Together Executive Director Dean Preston asked the SF Democratic Party to support the anti-speculation initiative, Proposition G, on the November ballot.
New UCLA Study Confirms LA is Least Affordable City in US
by Ben BergmanKPCC
August 13th, 2014
Los Angeles rents are the highest in the nation, as a percentage of tenant income.
UCLA Study Identifies LA as Most Unaffordable Rental Market in the Nation
Phys.Org
August 13th, 2014
Los Angeles has the least affordable rents in the country, with tenants paying an average of 47% of income for rent.
Huntington Beach Drops Rent Control Measure for Mobile Home Parks
by Anthony Clark CarpioLos Angeles Times
August 13th, 2014
The Huntington Beach City Council agreed to remove mobile-home rent control legislation from the November ballot. Some mobile-home park owners have withdrawn planned rent increases and are negotiating with tenants.
Investors Profit from Foreclosure Risk on Home Mortgages
by Matthew GoldsteinNew York Times
August 13th, 2014
Investors are now investing in homes heading for foreclosure, and the bond securitization is expected to be profitable for the hedge funds investing in them.
A Hairy Subject: Renters, Dogs and No-Pet Apartments in West Hollywood
WeHo News
August 11th, 2014
West Hollywood allows tenants who are disabled or elderly to keep pets, even if their leases prohibit pets. Pets often provide companionship and support for people who have limited mobility or have debilitating illnesses.
'Poor Doors' Development Proposal Draws Scorn in West Hollywood
by Hailey Branson-PottsLos Angeles Times
August 10th, 2014
The West Hollywood Planning Commission has rejected a development proposal, in part because of the proposed separation of affordable and market rate units.
Nashville Rent Increases Have Residents Singing the Blues
by Chelsey DulaneyWall Street Journal
August 10th, 2014
Rents are increasing rapidly even in cities not known for high rents, even though incomes are stagnant.
Huntington Council to Consider Taking Rent-Control Measure Off Ballot
by Anthony Clark CarpioHuntington Beach Independent
August 7th, 2014
The Huntington Beach City Council will consider removing a rent control measure from the local ballot after the local mobile home park owners agreed to negotiate new leases with their tenants.
Three Strikes Tenant Law Repealed by Norristown Council
by Carl RotenbergTimes Herald
August 6th, 2014
An ACLU lawsuit has led to the repeal of an ordinance in Norristown PA that would have required landlords to evict tenants after the police had been called to the property three times. An early victim of this legislation was a woman who called the police after her abusive ex-boyfriend came to her apartment.
After Foreclosure, Homeless Face Long Recovery
by Amy GreenWMFE-FM
August 6th, 2014
Homeowners who face foreclosure are often left homeless, but the most precarious are tenants who live in buildings where the landlord faces foreclosure.
SMRR Supports Four of the Five Ballot Initiatives
by Daniel LariosSanta Monica Lookout
August 5th, 2014
Santa Monicans for Renters Rights is supporting several ballot initiatives that would provide funding for affordable housing and for the Rent Board there.
$1,000 a Month for Tiny Room, Seedy Surroundings in the Mission
by Heather KnightSan Francisco Chronicle
August 5th, 2014
Low-income tenants in San Francisco are forced to endure overcrowding and health and safety violations to keep themselves in housing.
Affordable Housing Crisis in Sonoma County
by Angela HartThe Press Democrat
August 5th, 2014
Sonoma County is in the midst of an affordable housing crisis, but has not allocated funds to address the issue.
In the Housing Crisis, Blue Carpet is a Symbol of the Landlord's Freedom to Channel Ebenezer Scrooge
by Eleanor MargolisNew Statesman
August 1st, 2014
Even in expensive rentals, the housing crisis has enabled landlords to provide ugly and outdated fixtures.
Protest to "Stop Illegal Tourist Conversions!"
by Ashley HeineBeyond Chron
July 30th, 2014
Tenants in San Francisco are protesting the conversion of rental housing to Airbnb tourist accommodation.
Campos Raises Stakes on Tenant Buyouts
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
July 30th, 2014
Supervisor David Campos has proposed legislation that would require landlords to provide more information to tenants who might sign buyout contracts.
'Poor Doors' Show Why We Can't Rely on Developers for Affordable Housing
by Owen HatherleyGuardian U.K.
July 29th, 2014
Depending on developers to build affordable housing is not creating enough housing and leading to policies that allow for 'poor doors'.
Mobile Home Rent Control to be Decided by Huntington Beach Voters
by Jonathan WinslowOrange County Register
July 28th, 2014
Voters in Huntington Beach will decide whether or not to discuss rent control for mobile home parks.
New Requirements Target Long-Term Occupancy Motels in Costa Mesa
by Lauren SteussyOrange County Register
July 28th, 2014
Costa Mesa's City Council has voted to impose restrictions on long-term occupancy motels, even though these provide the only low-income housing in the community, and the City has no definite plans to provide replacement housing.
Eviction Fears Trigger Increase in Calls to Legal Advice Line
by Allison BrayIrish Independent
July 28th, 2014
Irish tenants fear eviction, as they have few rights and landlords are increasing rents. Many tenants are facing eviction as a result of bank foreclosure actions against their landlords.
Central City SRO Collaborative Battles More Than Bedbugs
by Mike KepkaSan Francisco Chronicle
July 27th, 2014
San Francisco's Central City SRO Collaborative helps tenants to enforce habitability laws in singe-room occupancy hotels.
Yuba City Tenants Sue Landlord over 'Substandard Conditions'
by Harold KruggerAppeal-Democrat
July 26th, 2014
California Rural Legal Assistance is filing suit on behalf of tenants at a Yuba City apartment complex. The suit claims that the landlord has failed to correct serious building problems and used illegal tactics against the tenants.
Father Slams Brighton and Hove City Council over Bedbug Infestation
by Adrian ImmsThe Argus
July 26th, 2014
A UK tenant in social housing has complained that the local housing council has known about a bedbug infestation for years, and has failed to address the problem.
Lawmakers Vow to End 'Poor Door' Policy at Luxury Buildings
by Amber Jamieson and Yoav GonenNew York Post
July 26th, 2014
NYC lawmakers are seeking to end the 'poor door' policy, which allows developers to provide separate--and lesser--entrances to tenants who live in the properties as a result of inclusionary zoning. Developers are allowed additional luxury units in exchange for the low-income units.
Sudden Departure of East Palo Alto's New Rent-Control Boss Mystifies Officials
by Bonnie EslingerSan Jose Mercury News
July 25th, 2014
East Palo Alto officials are mystified by the departure of the City's new rent-control director, less than two weeks after he was hired.
Attorney General Goes After Ex-Cop Accused of Harassing Tenants in Rent-Stabilized Apartments
by Greg B. SmithNew York Daily News
July 25th, 2014
A former policeman in New York City is being investigated for helping a socially-prominent landlord to harass rent-stabilized tenants, and force them from their homes.
Eviction Attempts Rampant on Manhattan's Upper West Side
by Catherine YangEpoch Times
July 25th, 2014
Rent-stabilized tenants in Manhattan are facing threats and intimidation, as landlord try to force them to move from their units.
Justice Department Obtains $80,000 Settlement in Housing Discrimination Lawsuit against California Landlord
Imperial Valley News
July 25th, 2014
A Fremont landlord will pay $80,000 to settle a discrimination complaint alleging that the landlord discriminated against families with children.
San Francisco Landlords Sue to Stop 'Oppressive' Renter Relocation Payments
by Eric YoungSan Francisco Business Times
July 24th, 2014
The San Francisco Apartment Association and the Coalition for Better Housing are suing to stop legislation that increased relocation payments for tenants evicted as a result of the Ellis Act.
Slumlord Millionaires: Wall Street's New Scheme to Profit Off Poor People
by David DayenNew Republic
July 24th, 2014
Wall Street landlords are raising rents, charging inappropriate fees and shirking their responsibilities to maintain their properties.
Blackstone Said to Prepare $700 Million Sale of Home Debt
by Heather Perlberg and John GittelsohnBloomberg
July 24th, 2014
Several private equity groups are packaging the foreclosed homes they purchased and converted to rentals as bonds secured by the properties and their rental income.
Landlords Challenge S.F.'s New Law on Evictions
by Bob EgelkoSan Francisco Chronicle
July 24th, 2014
Landlords are suing to stop a San Francisco ordinance that requires that tenants who are evicted through the Ellis Act be compensated by their landlords.
Bill De Blasio Seeks to End New York's 'Poor Doors'
by Lucy WestcottNewsweek
July 23rd, 2014
New York City's Mayor De Blasio wants to eliminate 'poor doors' from housing developments there. 'Poor doors' were permitted under a rule change enacted during the Bloomberg administration.
A 30-Year-Old Law is Creating a Crisis in San Francisco
by Joey CoscoBusiness Insider
July 22nd, 2014
The Ellis Act is reducing the supply of affordable housing in San Francisco.
Tenants Report Plumbing Problems, Leaky Roofs and Absent Landlords in Rentals Owned by Wall Street
by Alan PykeThink Progress
July 22nd, 2014
A report by Homes for All details the problems with Wall Street investor-owned rentals in Southern California
Tenant Harassment Complaints Up in Santa Monica
by Daniel LariosSanta Monica Lookout
July 21st, 2014
Tenant complaints of harassment against landlords have nearly doubled since 1995.
Here's What It's Like When Wall Street is Your Landlord
by Ben HallmanHuffington Post
July 21st, 2014
A new report details problems with the hedge-fund owned rental properties in Southern California.
NYC Gives the Green Light to the Building of Apartments with a 'Poor Door' for Tenants Living in Affordable Housing
by Kirk MaltaisDaily Mail
July 20th, 2014
A developer in New York City has been allowed to establish a separate alley entrance for tenants in the building's affordable units. NYC allowed the developer additional market rate units in exchange for constructing the affordable housing.
Sequester a 'Tight Squeeze' for Section 8 Housing Residents
by Matthew TaubBrooklyn Eagle
July 18th, 2014
Section 8 tenants in New York City face higher rents or smaller quarters, as the federal budget sequester forces cuts in subsidized housing.
Bay Area Rents Soar, Despite Increase in Supply
by Katherine PenderSan Francisco Chronicle
July 16th, 2014
Increasing the housing supply has not caused rents to fall in the Bay Area. Indeed they continue to rise.
Freddie Mac Predicts Multifamily Home Shortage by 2023
by Mike WheatleyRealty Biz News
July 16th, 2014
Freddie Mac predicts that there will be a rental housing shortage by 2023, and that there will not be sufficient new construction to meet the need.
Google Lawyer Turned Landlord Inflames City's Tech Clash
by Karen Gullo and Dan LevyBusiness Week
July 16th, 2014
Google lawyer Jack Halprin is evicting the rent-controlled tenants in his Mission District property.
East Palo Alto Residents Ask Council to Oust Manager
by Bonnie EslingerSan Jose Mercury News
July 15th, 2014
East Palo Alto residents asked the City Council there to find a new City Manager, charging that the present City Manager lacks a commitment to the City's rent law and local control of public safety, the two issues that led to residents forming the City 33 years ago.
Bay Area Apartment Rents Continue Relentless Rise on Tight Supply
by Pete CarySan Jose Mercury News
July 15th, 2014
Rents have increased substantially over the last three years, forcing many workers to endure long commutes from outlying communities.
East Palo Alto to Seek New City Manager
by Sue DremannPalo Alto Online
July 15th, 2014
East Palo Alto's City Council has decided to replace Magda Gonzalez as City Manager there. Tenants Together argued that she was too close to East Palo Alto's major landlord, and she advocated contracting out the City's police services.
WeHo Announces 2014-2015 Rent Adjustment of 1.25 Percent
WeHoville
July 14th, 2014
Landlords of rent-controlled units in West Hollywood may increase rents 1.25 percent this year.
Tenant Group Calls for EPA City Manager's Ouster
by Sue DremannPalo Alto Online
July 11th, 2014
Tenants Together is calling for the ouster of the City Manager in East Palo Alto, and has documented her bias in favor of that city's largest private landlord.
American Homes CEO Sees More Takeovers Amid Consolidation
by John GittelsohnBusiness Week
July 11th, 2014
Large investor groups are likely to take over the rental houses of smaller investor groups, as the industry consolidates.
Council Approves Three Housing Measures for November Ballot
by Jonathan FriedmanSanta Monica Lookout
July 11th, 2014
Three measures on the ballot in Santa Monica will address housing issues. One would allow rent board fees to rise, and another would increase the real estate transfer fee. The third, an advisory vote, would use money from the real estate transfer fee to fund affordable housing.
Housing Activists Take Aim at Cow Hollow Company over Eviction of Long Time Elderly Tenant
by Jessica KwongSan Francisco Examiner
July 11th, 2014
Housing activists in San Francisco are protesting the Ellis Act eviction of a long-term tenant there.
Tenant Group Says East Palo Alto's City Manager Cozies Up to Big Landlord
by Bonnie EslingerSan Jose Mercury News
July 11th, 2014
Tenants Together is asking that East Palo Alto's City Manager's contract not be renewed, as she has worked against enforcement of the City's rent control law.
Bed Bugs Invade Fresno Apartment Building
by Erika CervantesKMPH News
July 10th, 2014
Tenants in a Fresno apartment building are struggling with a bedbug infestation. The landlord has fumigated, but that has been ineffective.
A Face Behind San Francisco's Gentrification Problem
by Austin MeyerPeninsula Press
July 10th, 2014
A tenant who has lived in his apartment for 37 years is facing eviction under the Ellis Act.
Protesters Defend San Francisco Woman, 98, from Eviction
RT
July 10th, 2014
Tenant groups in San Francisco are protesting the eviction of a 98-year-old woman. The landlord is UGI, which has emptied several San Francisco properties using the Ellis Act.
Linkage Fees Proposed to Double
by Roger ShowleyU-T San Diego
July 9th, 2014
A proposed "compromise" on commercial development fees would produce fewer than 100 units of affordable housing in San Diego, where some 46,000 households lack affordable housing. Housing activists there oppose the proposal.
As New York Landlords Push for Buyouts, Tenants Stand their Ground
by Mireya NavarroNew York Times
July 9th, 2014
Rent-stabilized tenants in New York City are often resistant accepting a buyout, as the money isn't sufficient to pay rent for more than a short period of time.
'Just Cause' Eviction Legislation Becomes Law in Rhode Island
NBC News Rhode Island
July 9th, 2014
Rhode Island has passed legislation to protect tenants in foreclosed properties from eviction without just cause.
6 Candidates Compete for Berkeley's Dominant Rent Board Slate
by Nico CorreiaBerkeley Daily Planet
July 8th, 2014
Berkeley tenants will meet this weekend to choose the slate of candidates for election to the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board.
Renters Could Pay Less, Landlords More
by David Mark SimpsonSanta Monica Daily Press
July 8th, 2014
The Santa Monica City Council will decide whether or not to place an initiative on the ballot that would increase registration fees for rent-controlled units, and require that landlords pay half of the fee.
San Francisco to Provide Right to Counsel for Tenants Facing Eviction
by David Campos and Jeff AdachiSan Francisco Bay Guardian
July 8th, 2014
San Francisco has allocated $1 million to provide lawyers for tenants facing eviction in the City. Tenants without legal representation often lose their cases and the eviction makes it difficult to obtain new housing.
Goldman Sachs is my Landlord
by Carmen Perez-Lanzac and Elisa SilioEl Pais
July 4th, 2014
Spain's government is requiring that local authorities sell off public housing there, and the investment groups purchasing them are taking action to maximize their profits.
The Law on Renting Needs Changing: It's Far Too Easy for Landlords to Evict
by Patrick CollinsonGuardian U.K.
July 4th, 2014
Revenge evictions have become much more frequent in Britain, as landlords evict tenants for asking for repairs. Tenants who fight these evictions lose, and face difficulty in obtaining replacement housing.
Rents Are Rising But People Aren't Making Any More Money
by Alan PykeThink Progress
July 2nd, 2014
The average monthly rent has increased by 15% since 1990, but incomes have not increased at all.
Tenant Fears about Rent Increases in Oakland Materialize
by Jean TeppermanEast Bay Express
June 30th, 2014
Real estate speculators are targeting rent-controlled properties in Oakland, and are rushing to complete "capital improvements" in advance of legislation limiting rent increases for those improvements.
Campos, Adachi and Tenant Advocates Seek Right to Legal Representation for Any Tenant Facing Eviction in San Francisco
San Francisco Bay View
June 30th, 2014
A proposal is being developed that would provide legal representation to tenants facing eviction. Many tenants cannot afford lawyers, and losing an unlawful detainer will bar tenants from most rental housing for many years.
Devastated Families Face Eviction after Britain's Richest MP Buys Housing Estate and Hikes Up Rent
by Nick SommerladDaily Mirror
June 29th, 2014
Tory MP Richard Benyon's family trust has purchased a housing estate and is planning to evict the tenants, even though some of the tenants have lived on the estate for more than 50 years. The local government will not help the tenants until they've been formally evicted.
Investors Who Bought Foreclosed Homes in Bulk Look to Sell
by Matthew GoldsteinNew York Times
June 27th, 2014
Hedge funds and other investors who bought large numbers of foreclosed homes are now selling them to other investors, either directly or through REITs.
High-Tech, Airline-Style Pricing is Pushing New York Rents to New Altitudes
by Katherine ClarkeNew York Daily News
June 27th, 2014
Real estate investor groups are using computer models to raise asking rents for their units on a daily basis.
Eviction by Declaration Bill Advances, Exposing Sacramento Double Standard on Tenants
by Dean PrestonBeyond Chron
June 26th, 2014
TT Executive Director Dean Preston reports on the progress of AB 1513 in the State Senate.
Renters Getting Priced Out of San Jose
by Leeta-Rose BallesterSan Jose Mercury News
June 25th, 2014
San Jose's weak rent control law does not provide for "just cause" eviction protection, and rent-controlled tenants can be evicted with 90-days' notice.
L.A. City Council to Vote on Bolstering Foreclosure Registry
by Tim LoganLos Angeles Times
June 25th, 2014
The Los Angeles City Council will vote on legislation that would require that banks pay a fee to register foreclosed properties. The money raised would be used to inspect bank-owned properties, which are often empty and become neighborhood nuisances.
Kim, Activists Seek SRO Elevator Fix
by Andrew SzetoBeyond Chron
June 24th, 2014
Low-income disabled and senior tenants can be trapped in their rooms when the building elevator breaks down.
Panel Backs Increase of One Percent
by Mireya NavarroNew York Times
June 23rd, 2014
New York City's Rent Board allowed a rent increase of one percent for rent-stabilized units, even though the Board's own analysis showed that previous rent increases had allowed landlords excess profits for several years.
Goldman Sachs Confirms: The Rent is Too Damn High
by Jana KasperkevicGuardian U.K.
June 23rd, 2014
Goldman Sachs expects rents to increase more than three percent in 2014.
America's Housing "Recovery": Transforming "Foreclosed Homes" into Rental Empires
by Laura GottesdienerGlobal Research
June 22nd, 2014
An investor group led by Donald Mullen, who gained fame as the leader of the Goldman Sachs team that bet against Goldman Sachs own housing securities, as well as those of other banks, is now investing in rental housing. In one of the group's properties, a child died because the landlord failed to install a fence around the pool.
New York Rent Hearings Grow Rancorous with Freeze under Consideration
by Tina SusmanLos Angeles Times
June 22nd, 2014
New York's rent-stabilized tenants are asking for a rent freeze this year.
Facing Pressure from Tenant Groups, Board is Set to Vote on Rent Freeze
by Mireya NavarroNew York Times
June 22nd, 2014
Tenants in New York City are demanding a zero percent rent increase for stabilized tenants there. Because landlord profits have increased for the last eight year, tenants argue that a rent increase is not justified.

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