NEWS RELEASE: COVID’s Impact on Renter Preferences By the National Multifamily Housing Council and Grace Hill

Washington, D.C. – The pandemic influenced 25% of renter moves over the past 18 months, and 70% of renters anticipate teleworking the same amount or more going forward, according to data from the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) and Grace Hill 2022 Renter Preferences Survey Report. The survey of more than 221,000 renters, living in 4,564 communities nationwide,…

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The Government-Created Housing Shortage By Larry Salzman

The American spirit is synonymous with a can-do attitude—we are builders, creators, and innovators. The remarkable construction of New York’s legendary Empire State Building symbolizes that spirit: from start to finish, the completion of this American landmark took a single year. But that spirit now seems diminished. Many U.S. cities face a housing shortage thanks…

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Federal District Court Holds Hearing on Eviction Moratorium Challenge by the Rent Stabilization Association of New York

After the Second Circuit Court of Appeals denied the Rent Stabilization Association’s (RSA’s) motion for a stay of the latest eviction moratorium law in October, RSA along with four small property owners, filed an amended petition in Federal District Court challenging the moratorium, along with a motion seeking a stay of the most recent moratorium…

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Press Release- Attorney General Bonta Launches Housing Strike Force, Announces Convening of Tenant Roundtables Across the State

OAKLAND – California Attorney General Rob Bonta today announced the creation of a Housing Strike Force within the California Department of Justice (DOJ) and the convening of a series of tenant roundtables across the state. Attorney General Bonta today also launched a Housing Portal on DOJ’s website with resources and information for California homeowners and tenants. Together, the Housing Strike…

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