JustFix.nyc


Nonprofit building technology for tenants and organizers fighting displacement.
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Primary geographic focus: New York
Organization type(s): Research/Policy/Organizing


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Bad Landlord? These Coders Are Here to Help

Luis Ferré-Sadurní
New York Times (NYT)
December 4, 2018
Mr. Kass, now 28, is part of a new crop of hackers building easy-to-use, data-driven tools to empower tenants and take on notoriously bad landlords.

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New tool helps mistreated tenants demystify building ownership

Zoe Rosenberg
Curbed
December 5, 2018
WhoOwnsWhat.nyc uses an algorithm built on NYC open data to map property ownership across the city.

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JustFix.nyc is introducing a service for suing your landlord

Sarina Trangle
amNewYork
December 10, 2018
The nonprofit's Tenant App focuses on compelling owners to make repairs in rent-regulated units.

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New-York based startup is using cutting-edge tech to protect tenants

Libertina Brandt
Broker Pulse
December 11, 2018
The free web-app JustFix.nyc is helping tenants build legal cases to fight evictions and request necessary repairs in rent-regulated units.

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Tenant group creates new website revealing who owns what

Real Estate Weekly
December 12, 2018
A Brooklyn-based tenant advocacy non-profit has launched “Who Owns What,” a website for tenants, community organizers and elected officials to report property ownership and management company networks across New York City.

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This new tool helps NYC tenants fight back against landlord violations

Alexandra Alexa
6sqft
December 5, 2018
In an effort to demystify property ownership and management company networks across New York City, JustFix.nyc, a Brooklyn-based tenant advocacy nonprofit, launched a new tool today to help tenants easily obtain the information they need to deal with difficult landlords.



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