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Is Mayor de Blasio Really Working on Affordable Housing?

Some believe Mayor de Blasio is living in a bubble of privilege, when he’s supposed to be working on solving the affordable housing issues in New York. From ordering the clearing of homeless from subway stations to having a subway … Continue Reading >>

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Property Taxes: Cards Stay Stacked Against Homeowners

As the property tax debate continues to rage around the country the media continues to highlight how the system stays stacked against the average homeowner. Just how disparate has it become, and what are the best solutions for individuals? Affordable … Continue Reading >>

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Why NY Renters Should Care About Protesting Unfair Property Taxes

Why should even renters care about protesting and fixing unfair NY property taxes? Property taxes are normally just assumed to be a homeowner and business owner’s problem. But new information show that’s not the case. In fact City Lab says … Continue Reading >>

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New Yorkers Still Find Little Real Love When It Comes To Affordable Housing

Despite new promises and speeches New Yorkers still seem to be coming up short on love this February when it comes to housing. As Suffolk County homeowners prepare for the Monday, March 2nd deadline to claim a number of property … Continue Reading >>

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