Renters priced out, deed theft unpunished, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | July 26, 2022 - 10:30AM

A third of NYC rental listings on the market in the second quarter represent apartments vacated by renters who were priced out at lease renewal time, according to a new report from StreetEasy (press release)

Only a small fraction of thousands of deed theft complaints are ever prosecuted (The New York Times)

For the third week in a row, Brooklyn townhouses beat luxury condo listings for the borough’s priciest signed contracts (The Real Deal)

A small, unassuming one-bedroom Westhampton cottage will likely get its $12 million asking price—thanks to its two acres of prime beachfront property (New York Post)

Why won't the landlord for this rent-stabilized tenant take the emergency bars off the window? (The New York Times)

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