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Judge Judy's former apartment for sale, turmoil at Nooklyn, & more

By Austin Havens-Bowen | October 11, 2019 - 11:00AM 

Tenants waiting for the state to decide on their overcharge claims are hiring contractors to double-check their landlords' math (The City)

The Legal Aid Society is demanding that NYCHA stop the eviction process of a 64-year-old tenant with stage-four cancer (press release)

The CEO of Nooklyn, a Brooklyn brokerage, has stepped down. The company cut agent commissions after the state capped rental application fees, and agents are ticked off (The Real Deal)

A new affordable housing development in Jamaica has 89 apartments available for low-income individuals and families (press release)

Judge Judy's former pad in the Sherry-Netherland apartment-hotel is up for grabs for $11.75 million (The Post)

Over 52 percent of New York renters are burdened by high rents, according to a new Apartment List report (press release)

 

 

 

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