Short-term rentals are big competition for hotels, upstart industry reaching limits of urban expansion - by Mark VanStekelenburgShort-term rentals are now big competition for hotels, but the upstart industry is reaching the limits of urban expansion. At 16.8%, New York City is among markets with highest penetration of short-term rentals.
How can landlords provide the amenities when rent regulations financially restrict them? - by Jordan GoldmanThere’s a clear paradox between the increasing tenant demand for more amenities within residential buildings, and New York’s recently-passed Housing Stability & Tenant Protection Act of 2019. How can landlords provide the
Potential implications of proposed mezzanine tax: Consequences for lenders and developers - by Rachel Orbach and Meghan O’ReillyAs the real estate industry continues to grapple with the effects of rent reform, new legislation was introduced last month to the New York State Legislature that stands to create further confusion and unintentionally
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