In this post, we will focus on financing trends among owners and investors in private, rent-stabilized housing in New York City. Below is an attempt to capture some of the changes in the housing finance landscape over the past number of months and particularly since the beginning of the current public health crisis. Without predicting the future, we hope to raise a number of questions as to where that market is headed and how tenants might be affected, with an emphasis on data and examples from the Bronx.
Among the many health and economic concerns facing New York City during the Covid-19 Pandemic is the ability of affordable housing projects to continue to provide the safe and quality housing that residents deserve. With massive unemployment requests and businesses closing indefinitely, rent collections are projected to drop significantly.
The UNHP Northwest Bronx Resource Center is committed to bringing needed resources to our Bronx community. That commitment is renewed as we face this ongoing COVID-19 crisis. We know people need information about health, food, financial and housing resources at this time. This guide will be updated as new information is shared.
UNHP has suspended face to face service due to COVID 19. We can help you enroll and renew your NYC Rent Freeze (SCRIE and DRIE). Call UNHP at (718) 933-2539 Monday thru Friday from 9 am until 5 pm for assistance.
Monday - Friday 9 am to 5 pm
If you are experiencing any housing-related issues and would like to speak with a Tenant Support Specialist, request an appointment using the box on the right or call us at (718) 933-2539.
Si usted está pasando por algún problema con relación a su vivienda y le gustaría hablar con un especialista de Apoyo al Inquilino, por favor pida una cita usando la caja a la derecha o llámenos al (718) 933-2539.
Monday - Friday 9 am - 5pm
Call (718)933-2539 if you have a Housing Connect account and would like to apply for new lotteries, update your information, or have a question.UNHP can also connect you to a Financial Counselor
Meet 1:1 over the phone or by SKYPE with a Trusted Advisor to address pressing financial concerns
The Legal Aid Society offices are closed, but they continue to assist homeowners with mortgage issues, property taxes, water charges, and other delinquent liens.
Call LegalAid M- Friday 9 am until 5 pm for free assistance and advisement at (646)340-1908