Report: 'Bad Landlords' are Few in Number but Destructive in Impact

According to research out Wednesday from the Regional Plan Association, what amounts to a handful of bad landlords is responsible for a vast amount of the city’s poor housing and eviction cases. And since those problems impose huge costs on the city in the form of homeless shelter costs and code-enforcement expenses, a handful of New York property owners are indirectly sticking their hand into the pocket of each New Yorker.

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