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Rent relief hinges on dwindling goodwill

first_img Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Sen. Brian Kavanagh and RSA President Joe Strasburg (Getty, Strasburg via Jeffersons Siegel)Sometime this month, New York landlords and tenants will gain access to $2.3 billion in federal aid allocated by the state.The catch: They’ll have to work together to get it.In a year that’s pushed the cat-dog dichotomy of the landlord-tenant relationship to extremes, cooperation could be elusive.The law allows either party to start an application for relief. But for money to be doled out, tenants must request funds that will go directly to the landlord and the landlord must, in turn, accept them. Both have reasons not to do their part.Romeo Budhoo, a Schenectady landlord just featured in a stunning Washington Post story on the acrimony resulting from a year of unpaid rent, doubts his tenants, protected by an eviction moratorium at least through August, will bother to apply.ADVERTISEMENT“They’re telling themselves, ‘Why should we go and do all these things and hustle to apply when nobody can put us out of our apartment?’” Budhoo said in a phone interview.Read moreLandlords turn down federal reliefLandlords hail aid bill as end of “cancel rent”Rent relief failing to reach New Yorkers Full Name* Tags Budhoo’s pessimism comes from experience: Alfonzo Hill, the tenant in the Washington Post feature, didn’t participate in last summer’s relief program. Hill didn’t reply to a request for comment.Sen. Brian Kavanagh, who chairs the Senate Housing Committee, said this program has much more going for it — up to 12 months of back rent and three months of future rent. Last year’s paid the difference between 30 percent of a tenant’s income and the rent due. He expects the new offer will draw both parties.“Tenants and landlords don’t have to hold hands and have warm feelings for each other to participate,” said Kavanagh.But the tenant-landlord stand-off goes both ways. Even if renters sign up for relief, landlords who accept it can’t evict a paying tenant for a year — and could likewise be stuck with a nonpaying tenant because of an extended moratorium or housing court delays.Still, landlord lobbyist Joe Strasburg believes owners are desperate enough to take that chance.“Our guys are small property owners who haven’t been paid rent since March,” said Strasburg, the president of the Rent Stabilization Association. “They’ll take the money knowing full well that if the tenant decides to game the system for the next year, they’re stuck.”Tenant lawyers warn that the more likely outcome is landlords, embittered by tenants living rent-free, won’t accept out of spite.“There are some landlords,” said the Legal Aid Society’s Ellen Davidson, “that are so angry at their tenants who have struggled during this time that they want to see them homeless. And so they won’t accept the money for them, because it’s not about the money for them.”Budhoo says he’s not in that camp. With $13,000 in unpaid property taxes and the threat of foreclosure on his rentals and his own home creeping closer, he said he is more than willing to cooperate with his tenants to get relief.“At least,” he said, “I’ll try.”Contact Suzannah Cavanaugh Share via Shortlink Message* Email Address* Commercial Real EstateEvictionsPoliticsrent stabilization associationlast_img read more

Bentaleb set to join Newcastle on loan from Schalke

first_img Promoted Content6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone8 Things You Didn’t Know About CoffeeA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithAlbino Animals: A Rare Kind Of Ultimate BeautyWhat’s Up With All The Female Remakes?7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A VeganMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It AppearedYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot The Algerian international is on Tyneside having a medical and will join the Toon Army until the end of the season later this afternoon. The 25-year-old left Spurs for the German club in 2017 but has been relegated to the reserves by former Huddersfield head coach David Wagner. In December, Bentaleb said: “The situation with the club is a bit complicated at the moment. “That’s no secret. To be concrete, they don’t want me to train with the first-team squad or to be associated with the squad in any way.” Magpies boss Steve Bruce is also close to finalising a loan deal for right winger Valentino Lazaro from Inter Milan. The Austrian’s agent was shown around St. James’ Park before Newcastle’s dramatic 1-0 win over Chelsea on Saturday. And Bruce hopes the move will be completed in the next two days.Advertisement Newcastle United are close to announcing the loan signing of ex-Tottenham midfielder Nabil Bentaleb from Schalke. Loading… He said: “His agent was at St James’ Park at the weekend and we hope we can develop it. Unfortunately, when it gets out like it does, it adds to the competition so we’ll see what the next 24 or 48 hours bring.” Bruce also admitted he will be forced to sign another left-back after both Jetro Willems and Paul Dummett were ruled out for the season. On-loan Dutch international Willems ruptured his ACL against Chelsea and may have played his last game for the Magpies. Bruce is a big fan of Willems and was hopeful of signing him on a permanent deal but he has now returned to parent club Eintracht Frankfurt in Germany. Read Also:Abraham orders Chelsea to revenge on rivals Arsenal after Newcastle defeat And the win against Frank Lampard’s side as further soured with news that Dummett will also not play again this season after hobbling off against Wolves earlier this month with a tendon injury. Bruce added: “In that respect, it’s been a bad weekend. We’ve been unfortunate. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

Hughes keen on Redmond

first_imgStoke boss Mark Hughes has admitted he is interested in signing Norwich winger Nathan Redmond. Press Association Liverpool winger Oussama Assaidi, who spent last season on loan at the Britannia Stadium, is Hughes’ first choice but the Welshman admitted last week the deal had “gone cold”. Redmond, 20, joined Norwich from Birmingham last summer and has made 40 appearances for the Canaries, scoring once. center_img Hughes said of the England Under-21 international on Sky Sports News: “There is interest there – he’s a good young player and a player we would like. “But he’s not our player, he’s Norwich’s player, and they are obviously well within their rights to retain him. “He’s under contract to them and there is nothing moving at the moment. So we’ll just have to bide our time maybe.” last_img read more

Tipp management team say prep for Championship going well

first_imgThe Premier County played a challenge match against Dublin as part of the celebrations for the opening of new facilities for the Upperchurch-Drombane club. Dublin emerged victorious by a single point…in a match that saw the return of John McGrath while recently retired intercounty hurler Paul Curran has joined Eamon O’Shea’s backroom team.Assistant Manager Mike Ryan says preparations for their opening championship clash against Clare or Limerick in the Munster Semi Final are going well.last_img read more

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