By Griffin Kelly, NY Post In a sign of the times, a fed-up Queens landlord posted two giant banners calling out his allegedly deadbeat tenants for owing him $17,000 in back rent. “MY TENANTS ON THE FIRST FLOOR ARE NOT PAYING RENT” read the bold posters slung above the first-floor rental on 175th Street in…Read more
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By Victoria Falk What do you do when “I do” turns into “I don’t,” and you can no longer stand to be in the presence of the person that you imagined you would spend the rest of your life with? You vowed to be together “…for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness…Read more
By Will Fritz, BK Reader A Brooklyn property owner facing foreclosure after a years-long battle with her bank, who she accuses of engaging in “predatory” lending practices, has received a welcome reprieve — for now. Victoria Stennett’s 16-unit apartment building in Flatbush was supposed to be foreclosed on by Emigrant Bank on March 1. However,…Read more
By Josefa Velasquez and Rachel Holliday Smith, THE CITY In Far Rockaway, Carol Holness called the police dozens of times last year as her home lost its heat and power. Eventually, her landlord changed the locks on her door. In Corona, Norma and Luis fled flooding from the remnants of Hurricane Ida that poured water…Read more
By Chris Tobias If a musty scent rises from the basement, mold is present. Mold gathers in damp places with poor airflow and damages soft furnishings, like curtains and carpets, and grows on walls. Patches of mold release spores, and they are health hazards. It wrecks wood and rots material, and creates a musty stink…Read more
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