Tenants behind on rent in pandemic face harassment, eviction

The coronavirus pandemic has shut housing courts and prompted most states and federal authorities to initiate policies protecting renters from eviction. But not everyone is covered and a number of landlords -- some desperate to pay their mortgages themselves -- are turning to threats and harassment to force tenants out.

What will the future of real estate look like across the region?

With more and more people finding it hard to make ends meet, no-one really knows what the future holds for the real estate market in our area. Experts say that we may see a busy home shopping season, but realtors say they haven't seen houses being sold at all.

The future of real estate across the region

With more and more people finding it hard to make ends meet, no-one really knows what the future holds for the real estate market in our area. Experts say that we may see a busy home shopping season, but realtors say they haven't seen houses being sold at all.

Coronavirus pandemic has some NYC residents looking to the suburbs

The coronavirus pandemic and quarantine has made life difficult for people living in New York City, with little space to roam. As a result, real estate brokers say they have seen a major increase in people looking to leave New York City for life in the suburbs.

Housing advocates call for rent strike

Housing advocates in New York are calling for a rent strike in May, but landlords are pushing back on the movement, saying they too are having trouble making ends meet.

Renters in NY call for rent strike

Housing advocates in New York are calling for a rent strike in May and demanding Governor Cuomo cancel rent payments for the month, but landlords are pushing back on the idea, saying they too are having trouble making ends meet.