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July 2016 Archives

What will proposed new market-rate apartments mean for renters?

Over 38,000 market-rate rental units are estimated to be built in New York City by 2019. This estimate, calculated by an online real estate company called Ten-X, also claims that the majority of the newly developed apartments will be located in Queens and Brooklyn.

Can I rent out my co-op unit?

Renting or subletting an apartment unit in a co-op is often a complex process. Co-ops tend to have strict guidelines regarding sublets. Without them, they risk letting in renters who do not meet their tenant/shareholder qualifications, which are critical to maintaining the environment the co-op has established. Co-op tenants undergo a lengthy and comprehensive application and interview process. Your co-op may require that your renter goes through a similar process.