NYC's small landlords say they're suffering, too

New York’s ban on evictions, which was implemented earlier in the pandemic, is set to expire at the end of August. But some smaller landlords say it can’t come soon enough.

Lincoln Eccles owns a small apartment building in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn. The building, which has been in his family since the 1960s, has 14 units. Eccles told FOX 5 NY’s Linda Schmidt that he is worried he could lose the property, which is his livelihood. The building is his job, he said. It is not an investment property that just makes money for him and he does nothing.

Some NYC landlords facing hardships New York’s ban on evictions is set to expire at the end of August. But some smaller landlords say it can’t come soon enough. CONNECTING… NEW YORK – New York’s ban on evictions, which was implemented earlier in the pandemic , is set to […]

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