Renters covered through the COVID-19 executive order must meet four criteria.
Your lender might be willing to keep payment problems off the record even after coronavirus relief measures expire.
These steps improve your chances of getting a temporary break from your lease.
Lawmakers have been trying to prevent evictions and help poor tenants. So far, they've fallen short.
The effort aims to pressure Gov. Andrew Cuomo to cancel rent for the duration of the coronavirus crisis, which has decimated the state’s economy.
The company told landlords it can't pay due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Rent went up 4 percent in 2019, while mortgage payments declined 1%.
State officials said brokers can no longer charge the fees, which often cost up to 15% percent of an annual lease, giving an unexpected gift to renters.
The gig economy is undoubtedly flawed.
You can live near a major city without paying downtown apartment prices.