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Open space and preservation is important in New Paltz, but should funding for those initiatives be shouldered by real estate transfers?
NYC’s emergency housing fund has been helping renters avoid eviction since 2014, but there are obstacles for renters affected by the pandemic.
New rules in New York are requiring real estate agents and brokers to be more direct and transparent with anti-discrimination laws for their clients.
With New York the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic, sprawling suburban areas might again be desirable as social distancing becomes the new normal.
As the property values in the New York City area continue to rise, dozens of once ignored neighborhoods around the city are popping up on everyone’s radar as viable alternatives prospective homebuyers.
With the price of public transportation also increasing and the chronic maintenance issues in certain areas, renters in New York City are beginning to reconsider homeownership as opposed to renting.
NYSAR has made a commitment to spreading continued awareness of Fair Housing.
“We have concerns about the plan and its impact on New York state as a whole, New York taxpayers and New York homeowners – and frankly future homeowners as well.”
Legislatures across the country are considering bills that would create savings accounts for first-time homebuyers.