Tenant advocates are scrambling to convince any tenant facing eviction to fill out a hardship declaration form.
Landlord concessions, historically low rents, and the coming of a vaccine have resulted in months of records for new-lease signings in this city.
FOX 5 NY takes an exclusive look at the fully-renovated Betances Houses in the South Bronx.
A 3D printed house on Long Island is on the market.
FOX 5 NY sits down with NYCHA Chair Gregory Russ to discuss what it will take to see real change with some of the issues NYCHA residents face.
According to experts, it will be 3-5 years until rents in some parts of New York City return to their pre-pandemic averages.
Tenants say they have been living in the cold for months.
The California eviction moratorium currently expires on January 31. Some people are losing housing despite the moratorium, and others who can't pay are harassed by landlords.
The chief of detectives said the suspect ran errands for his alleged victims, who were 78, 82, and 83 years old.
With many New Yorkers moving to neighboring Connecticut during the pandemic, especially Fairfield County, it's becoming more challenging for people to find affordable homes to buy.
Police officers will vaccinate NYCHA residents who are 65 and older and who have registered for appointments.
New York City renters owe more than $1 billion in back rent according to a new survey.
The San Francisco-based home-sharing company said that guests whose reservations were canceled will be refunded in full. It will also reimburse hosts — at Airbnb's expense — the money they would have earned from those canceled reservations.
Under a new bill in New York, renters who are facing pending evictions or who face evictions in the next 30 days would be protected from eviction for at least 60 days.
New York lawmakers plan to convene for a special session to pass a bill extending the state's ban on residential evictions past its Jan. 1 deadline.
There are bargains to be found if you're a renter, but commercial properties are taking a beating as the coronavirus pandemic continues to shake up the real estate market in New York City.
More than 5.8M adults say they are somewhat to very likely to face eviction or foreclosure.
Home down payments are on the rise.
The average rent in Manhattan has dropped below $3,000 for the first time since 2011.
Landlords are asking state and congressional leaders for financial aid.