This week, readers checked out our interview with Sateesh Nori, an attorney and executive director of the tenant advocacy nonprofit JustFix. He recently published a book about his two decades spent working in New York City’s housing court.
Nori points out this is a place with which many New Yorkers are unfamiliar. “They don't know what happens there, that someone could lose their home in a matter of weeks or months, that this could happen to elderly people, people with kids and people who are disabled,” he says. Nori shares with Brick his best advice for renters who are going to court against their landlords.
Also of interest: The first installment of Brick’s new column, “Your Next Move” which looks at what buyers can get for under $1 million in NYC’s most in-demand neighborhoods.
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