The battle lines are drawn.
In an urban metro as diverse and ever-changing as New York City, a deep-dive housing report is unquestionably going to be replete with compelling bits of data.
The imagery spotlighting an entrenched reality of the New York City housing universe is both stark and vivid. A recent article in a national publication references "predatory developers encircling [tenants'] neighborhoods." It couples that language by noting a new tool serving as a "preemptive strike" that besieged renters can employ to combat landlords' vulture-like conduct that threatens housing affordability and security.
We preface today's blog post with a nutshell summary of the key details relevant to New York City's annual "Heat Season." That period commences on October 1 each year and runs through May 31.