CUOMO'S HOUSING CRISIS: Homelessness and unaffordability in New York State

Across the state, a growing number of low-income tenants are vulnerable to becoming homeless, and Governor Cuomo bears responsibility for their situation. This report from the Housing Justice for All Campaign shows that Cuomo’s failure to deliver stronger protections for tenants and take meaningful action to address homelessness over the past seven years has played a significant role in fueling the current housing crisis impacting many New Yorkers.

Governor Cuomo has an urgent moral obligation to fix this housing crisis. Over half of low income tenants are currently paying more than 50% of their income in rent. If he fails to act, the number of New Yorkers living in shelters will exceed 100,000 by 2020. 

Read more by downloading our report.