NYC landlord publicly calls out tenants for not paying rent with massive banners

Calvin and Jean Thompson hung banners that readMY TENANTS ON THE FIRST FLOOR ARE NOT PAYING RENTabove the first-floor rental in Queens, die New York Post berig. The enormous banners can be seen from the Belt Parkway.

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It’s uncomfortable that we have to hang these up, but we’re $ 20,000 ongemaklik, so I think a sign is very minor,” the Thompsons’ son, Calvin Jr., het die koerant vertel.

The Thompsons told the paper that after they raised the rent $ 100 van $ 1,800 aan $ 1,900 – the first hike in 9 years – the tenants refused to pay the new amount.

LÊER - Housing activists march across town toward New York Gov. Kathy Hochul's office, calling for an extension of pandemic-era eviction protections, Dinsdag, Aug.. 31, 2021, In New York. Leaders of New York's Democratic-controlled Legislature want to boost funding for housing, child care and home care in this year's budget. Legislative leaders are negotiating with Gov. Kathy Hochul to pass a budget by April 1, 2022.  (AP Foto/Mary Altaffer, lêer)

LÊER – Housing activists march across town toward New York Gov. Kathy Hochul’s office, calling for an extension of pandemic-era eviction protections, Dinsdag, Aug.. 31, 2021, In New York. Leaders of New York’s Democratic-controlled Legislature want to boost funding for housing, child care and home care in this year’s budget. Legislative leaders are negotiating with Gov. Kathy Hochul to pass a budget by April 1, 2022. (AP Foto/Mary Altaffer, lêer)

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