The Boy for Rent: A Tale of Two Towns

New York City is home to a huge number of abandoned homes, which often end up as a destination for the homeless, a problem that can often take years to resolve.

In New York, the New York Times reports that more than two million people have lost their homes to foreclosure since 2010.

According to a 2015 report from the nonprofit Housing Rights Alliance, a nonprofit that tracks homeless issues, at least one in five homes in New York have been foreclosed upon in the past decade.

And, as the Times reports, the city’s homeless population has jumped by nearly 30 percent over the past 10 years.

This year alone, the Housing Rights Foundation reported, homeless New Yorkers made up more than 3,400 homeless families.

One in three New York homes is occupied by an individual or family who needs housing, according to the foundation.

So, while it’s a challenge to find affordable housing in New Jersey, it’s not necessarily impossible to find a place to live in New Yorkers’ backyard.

A new housing market has been coming into play for homeless New Yorkans, and that market includes a variety of places where people can find housing.

For instance, people looking to buy a home are increasingly looking to rent or buy in smaller apartments or townhouses, which can often be found near parks, schools, or other locations with open space.

Renters who are looking to live together have found a home in a number of areas, including the Brooklyn Bridge Park, the South Brooklyn Park, and the Lower East Side neighborhoods.

In addition, in recent years, people have also found housing in the city, including in public housing projects.

While many New Yorkers might think of the homeless as a problem, they’re not the only ones who need housing.

Many residents of New York also face barriers in finding affordable housing.

According the Housing Equality Institute, nearly one-third of New Yorkers do not have access to affordable housing, and nearly one in six households does not have the money to pay for a new home.

One of the main barriers facing New Yorkers who are searching for a place of their own is that they don’t have a place on their own to call home.

That’s because the City Council recently voted to extend rent control to the entire city.

That change means that a new rent regulation will apply to landlords who have 10 or more units.

For renters, the City has also made it easier for people to rent out their units.

Now, anyone can rent out a vacant unit through the NYC Rent-Share program.

The rent subsidy program, which was created by the City in 2009, allows renters to pay rent to a landlord through a credit card, but it is only available to residents of the city of New Yorker.

New York State currently has a law that allows landlords to evict tenants without a court order, but that doesn’t mean landlords won’t continue to evict renters.

In order to evict a tenant, the landlord must first get a court-ordered eviction order from a judge.

And New York state has also instituted a rent control program, but those tenants are not eligible for rent subsidies.

In 2018, the state passed legislation that makes it easier to evict landlords who are violating rent control laws.

Now that the new law is up for a vote in the New Jersey Assembly, it looks like that law will soon become law.

In the meantime, the homeless can find their own housing.

The New York Post reported that a group of people are hoping to move into an apartment on the Upper East Side.

The apartment was formerly occupied by a woman who was evicted in 2016.

In 2016, she was homeless and living in a park.

Her family and her partner recently moved into the apartment and the new owners are welcoming them to live there.