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What Rent Control Protects and What It Doesn’t

June 27, 2019 – Bloomberg

“New York’s new rent laws will protect more tenants from rent increases, but they probably won’t make housing more affordable overall.”

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How Much is Too Much? A Growing Debate to Limit NYC Brokers’ Fees

June 28, 2019 – New York 1

“Under the legislation. brokers and agents hired by landlords to lease apartments could charge tenants a fee of no more than one month’s rent. That’s about half of the typical fee of 15 percent.”

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Luxury Apartment Buildings in NYC are Locked in an ‘Amenities War,’ and It’s Highlighting a Major Problem in the Housing Market

February 6, 2019 – Business Insider

“Luxury apartment buildings are going to increasingly greater lengths to attract tenants, offering outrageous amenities that include rooftop running tracks and dog parks, outdoor movie theaters, and residents-only bars and restaurants.”

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How New York City’s Prized Prewar Buildings Are Adapting to Millennials

April 26, 2019 – Forbes

“Some sellers of pre-war apartments, generally regarded as buildings constructed before World War II, and their co-op board gatekeepers, have been taking notice of this changing demographic and started to ease financial requirements and make upgrades to facilities in an effort to attract this emerging group of buyers.”

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New York Today: The Evolution of the Apartment

March 19, 2018 – New York Times

“Today, as apartments have become the domain of even the superrich, with a penthouse in Midtown recently selling for $100 million, the ultimate amenity is the view offered by a building that soars above everything around it.”

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The Best (and Worst) Times to Look for an NYC Apartment

June 13, 2019 – Curbed NY

“Their analysis of three years of data concluded that 80 percent of those areas experience higher renters demand at some point in July. Not surprisingly, competition is low in early July, when New Yorkers get ready to leave town for the 4th of July holiday.”

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New York’s new rental protections won’t end the outsize influence of big developers who pay the city’s bills

July 8, 2019 – timesunion

“New York has passed sweeping new laws that will close some legal loopholes that allowed the city’s 1 million rent-stabilized apartments to be deregulated and tenant protections bypassed.”

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Apartment Rental Demand Soars as More Millennials Believe It’s Cheaper than Owning a Home

July 8, 2019 – CNBC

“For millennials and many Gen Xers, buying a home is no longer just a decision based on housing and housing costs — increasing pressure from student loans and the rising cost of childcare are having a significant impact.”

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NYC Rent Board Approves Increases for Stabilized Apartments

June 25, 2019 – New York Post

“New Yorkers in the city’s one million rent-stabilized apartments can expect rent hikes on their monthly payments — as the Rent Guideline Board approved increases on Tuesday night at the same rate it did last year.”

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