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Re: Percentage of rent-protected dwellings in NYC

Posted by Jj on March 19, 2001 at 19:21:25:

In Reply to: Percentage of rent-protected dwellings in NYC posted by Frank on March 19, 2001 at 14:41:55:

: Can someone direct me to the percentage of rent-protected (controlled, regulated, stabilized) apartments in NYC compared to all apartments, and/or all rental apartments, and also if that ratio is growing smaller or larger, and by what percentage?

: My investment banker friend, 30 yo, (who just paid 300,000 for a shoebox condo) claims that housing prices are so high in NYC because so many landlords are shackled by subsidized housing. I beg to differ, but need those statistics, at least to start.

USCensus does a housing survey every 3 years, last figures available are 1999. Search in this forum for the links.

Links and summaries are probably still available on also. Use their search thingie.

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