Predatory Bender: American in the Aughts: A Story of Subprime
Finance, by Matthew Lee. Reviewed by Matt Pacenza.
State welfare officials look to end rent supplements.
The private company that handles New York City’s billion-dollar property tax collection business tried to make a deal with a landlord–just as he was in court for mismanaging his buildings.
To make a case for abolishing rent regulations, a Post pundit turns to creative writing.
The feds have hired a new contractor to manage the city’s most troubled public housing developments — and the company’s lack of experience and sketchy history are raising questions.
City predatory lending bill under seige
Hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons defends his new banking card.
He may be marketing it as a weapon in the “war on poverty,” but Russell Simmons’ new banking card will actually make consumers poorer.
After years of negotiating to get their homes fixed up, hundreds of residents of a Bed-Stuy public housing complex are finally going to see some major improvements.
An upstart plan threatens an entrenched affordable housing program.