We have now been in quarantine for two months - two months that many people have been unemployed and unable to pay their rent and/or mortgages. With no federal assistance in sight, here's how landlords and tenants can work together to ease the burden.
Dozens of craft beer companies from Little Ferry to Cape May are finding creative ways to give back while keep themselves and the restaurant industry afloat in a tough environment.
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A new Executive Order lets renters put funds being held as security deposits towards paying rent as state officials continue to weigh a separate $100 million rent relief bill.
New Jersey’s State Senate has advanced legislation that would set aside $100 million for tenants that are struggling to pay their rents during the coronavirus pandemic.
An executive order will halt all non-essential construction in New Jersey beginning at 8 p.m. on Friday.
A new petition is asking New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and other officials to help ease the financial burden the state’s restaurants and small businesses are facing.
The hospitality industry has taken a huge hit during the pandemic, but a few feel-good stories have emerged and lots of restaurants are staying open for pick-up and delivery.
A taxation issue that has chronically plagued the Garden State hasn’t improved, and new numbers show the problem persists in several other northeast states too.
HUD awarded more than $85 million to the Garden State for public housing improvements and more than $19 million will be distributed in Hudson County with Jersey City and Hoboken receiving the largest sums.
The state’s most densely populated county generated by far the most short-term rental revenue, accounting for almost half of the statewide total.