New York is launching a $125 million rent relief program geared exclusively toward landlords.
The initiative, known as the Landlord Rental Assistance Program, is meant to help landlords who could not take part in the state’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program due to tenants declining to participate in it, as well as landlords whose tenants have left their buildings while still owing rent.
Landlords can apply for the program starting Oct. 7 using the rental assistance portal on the Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance’s website, either through an existing or new account. It will provide landlords with up to 12 months of past-due rent, and landlords who own
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