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Daniel Denvir / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Five Questions With: Daniel Denvir

5Q: Daniel Denvir | Co-chair, Reclaim RI 1. Why is tenant organizing a good strategy? Today, landlords, real estate firms and financial institutions hold...
RI-VIEWS, a database being developed by Uprise RI, will include a section for landlord reviews. The database was sparked in part by agencies such as Pioneer Investments LLC, which currently faces a lawsuit for alleged health and safety violations, as well as other unfair or deceptive practices. This photo was taken by a tenant inside one of Pioneer's 175 Rhode Island properties. / COURTESY R.I. Office OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

Landlord review database in development by Uprise RI

PROVIDENCE – RI-Views, a database in development by Uprise RI, started as a "Yelp-style reviews directory for R.I. state agencies," the progressive news outlet...
THE R.I. OFFICE of Attorney General Peter F. Neronha has filed lawsuits against three Rhode Island landlords for noncompliance with lead poisoning prevention laws. / COURTESY PETER F. NERONHA

3 R.I. landlords facing lawsuits for lead poisoning violations

PROVIDENCE – Attorney General Peter F. Neronha has filed lawsuits against three Rhode Island landlords for noncompliance with laws intended to prevent lead poisoning...

Senate Judiciary Committee hears testimony on housing, landlord bills

PROVIDENCE – The Senate Judiciary Committee last week held almost four hours of testimony on a series of bills relating to housing and landlord...

Coalition of R.I. landlords forms to oppose rental housing and eviction...

PROVIDENCE – A newly formed coalition of landlords in Rhode Island has organized to oppose a series of bills that include prohibitions on evictions,...

Bill would require landlords to verify rental units are suitable for...

PAWTUCKET – Rep. Karen Alzate, D-Pawtucket, has introduced a bill that would require landlords of rental housing to obtain a certificate of rental suitability...

Providence weighs ordinance strengthening anti-discrimination in housing

PROVIDENCE – An ordinance that would prevent landlords from discriminating against tenants based on their source of income is under consideration by the City...
Tiara Mack  / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Five Questions With: Tiara Mack

Tiara Mack | R.I. senator, D-Providence 1. In the primary, you beat longtime Democratic Sen. Harold Metts to become the first Black LGBTQ state...

Eviction stay fails to appease many

An eviction moratorium is available through the end of the year for residential tenants who file a simple declaration with their landlord, thanks to...
TOUGH BALANCE: Elizabeth Bentley, a single mother who lives in a rented house in Jamestown with two of her children, says it’s been difficult balancing jobs as a server at two different restaurants and paying her rent on time. She normally has a third job in home health care but was told by her manager not to return due to a high risk of exposure to COVID-19 while working in restaurants. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

EVICTION DILEMMA: Both tenants, small landlords vulnerable as crisis...

Ilanna Ball isn’t exactly a real estate tycoon – she owns two triple-deckers, a few other multifamily houses and manages another 45 rental properties...
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