Archive for Overmortgaged Buildings
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Harold Shultz Discusses Mortgage Crisis at EDC
On Thursday, February 16, CHPC Senior Fellow Harold Shultz took part in Revisiting the Growing Impact of the Mortgage and Credit Crisis on New York City, hosted by the APA New York Metro Chapter at EDC. He was joined by Max Weselcouch of the NYU Furman Center for Real Estate and John Warren of Workforce Housing Advisers.
Harold presented research from CHPC’s new report, The Impact of Multifamily Foreclosures and Over-Mortgaging in Neighborhoods in New York City. The report shows that in New York City neighborhoods, a correlation exists between the presence of overmortgaged multifamily buildings and …Read more
APA Panel Discussion with Harold Shultz
Harold Shultz is taking part in a panel discussion organized by the APA New York Chapter on February 16 2012, entitled, Revisiting the Growing Impact of the Mortgage and Credit Crisis on New York City.
Last year’s mortgage crisis panel discussion revealed that NYC neighborhoods continue to be negatively impacted by foreclosures and overleveraged multifamily properties.
This session Max Weselcouch will present this year’s findings of the State of New York City’s Housing and Neighborhoods, an annual study conducted by the NYU Furman Center for Real Estate that reviews the impact of foreclosures on New York City neighborhoods. She …Read more
New Report: Neighborhood Impacts of Overmortgaged Buildings
A brand new CHPC study reveals that over-mortgaged and foreclosed multifamily buildings increase the risk of deterioration of nearby buildings and raise costs for private owners and New York City in the form of additional Emergency Repair Program (ERP) expenditures.
Commissioned and funded by Enterprise Community Partners (Enterprise), “The Impact of Multifamily Foreclosures and Over-Mortgaging in Neighborhoods in New York City” examines more than 1,100 multifamily buildings across Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, and Queens. It highlights the need to monitor multifamily housing stock and coordinate public and private sector intervention so that the stock may be improved, returned to responsible owners, …Read more
New CHPC Publication: Out of Sight, Out of Control
A brand new CHPC Inside Edge publication (pdf) takes a detailed look at the housing policy circumstances around a deadly fire at 2321 Prospect Avenue; a three family house, in the Belmont neighborhood of the Bronx.
On April 23, 2011, three people including a child, died in a fire in this building whose recent history highlights the dangerous impacts of the problems plaguing the rental housing market in recent years.
Since the publication of Debt Threat in August 2009, and our symposium One Size Fits Some in September 2009, CHPC has raised concerns and offered recommendations to address the problems …Read more
APA Holds Panel on Over Mortgaged Properties
Senior Fellow Harold Shultz, along with Professor Ingrid Gould Ellen of NYU’s Furman Center and Benjamin Dulchin, Executive Director of the Association for Neighborhood Housing Developers presented their findings on the current and future impact of the mortgage crisis on New York City. The panel discussion entitled 2011: The Growing Impact of the Subprime Mortgage and Credit Crisis on New York City: A Panel Discussion was held on Monday, March 21st, 2011 under the auspices of the New York chapter of the American Planning Association.
Harold Shultz laid out the changes necessary to deal with the current unwinding …Read more