This startup disrupted security deposits, and now renters and landlords can’t get them on the phone.
Tenants Are Suing Landlords for Allegedly Price-Fixing Rents with Software and the Feds Could Get Involved
The DOJ has requested to participate in a lawsuit by tenants alleging that landlords colluded using RealPage software to artificially inflate rents.
From fake relationships to stalking letting agents.
Maybe the solution to this rental crisis is literally just not paying rent.
The Berkeley Property Owners Association's fall mixer is called "Celebrating the End of the Eviction Moratorium."
“When applying, I used my ex's very Flemish, aristocratic-sounding name.”
Legal aid groups filed a lawsuit and complaint against landlords in Cook County that they say are blanket rejecting renters who have eviction records.
Over a thousand tenants holding signs like "Cap the Rent" and "The Rent is Too Damn High" marched in one of NYC's biggest tenant protests in years.
How tenant unions are taking back power from their megalandlords.
“She let us know that she was an ‘accidental landlord’ and ‘not like the others...”
The conference featured talks titled "Is the Eviction Moratorium Over? Can We Take Back Our Property?," and “Evictions and Tenant Protections: Where Do Landlords Stand?”