Living inside an apartment building that has been foreclosed on can become a living hell when the building crumbles into disrepair around you and there’s no landlord to call. Bursting heat pipes, cockroaches, mice, hunks of ceiling falling on you, and black mold seeping up the walls have become the new neighbors to tenants in one low-income apartment building in the Bronx where the landlord has long since checked out.
A Miserable Life Inside A Foreclosed Apartment
By Ben Popken February 2, 2011
- holding pattern NYC Apartment Owner Suing Co-Op Board After 16 Years Of Waiting To Move In
- what's in your wallet Landlord Demands Current Tenants Prove They Make At Least $100K To Keep Apartments
- sad Man Buys Foreclosed House, Finds Decomposed Previous Occupant
- let's get physical NYC Commission: Apartment Building’s Policy Barring Lower-Paying Tenants From Gym May Be Discriminatory
- coincidental we're sure New Jersey Mayors “Concerned” That Verizon FiOS Buildout Seems To Be Skipping The Low-Income Areas