Survey of residential rents and rental conditions in the State of New York. Joseph D. McGoldrick, State rent administrator: Prepared and issued pursuant to the New York State emergency housing rent control law, chap. 250, Laws of 1950
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1943 Net Classiﬁcation 200 families 50 families acute demand adjustment Administrative Albany Amendment average Broome County Census Classiﬁcation 1943 Commercial COMPARATIVE CONSOLIDATED OPERATING CONSOLIDATED OPERATING STATEMENT County decontrolled Decrease To 1943 demand under 50 dwelling units Earned Income—Dwelling Electricity and Gas estimate Expenses before ﬁxed Expenses Operating Fuel Federal Housing Administration ﬁgures ﬁxed charges freeze date housing accommodations Income before ﬁxed Income Income Scheduled Income Scheduled Income—Dwelling Increase or Decrease Insurance Item Income Income landlord Large Residential maximum rent date moderate demand Nassau Nassau County Number of Buildings Number of Dwelling Number of Rental Owner Occupied Payroll Percent Increase Poughkeepsie regulations rent control Rental Units Repairs and Maintenance Rochester rooms Section 5(a Security and Unemployment small demand Social Security TABLE Taxes Property Telephone tenant Total Earned Income Total Expenses Total Operating Total Scheduled Income Total Taxes uncontrolled Utica vacant units Westchester York City York metropolitan area