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August 2017 Archives

A better way to choose an apartment is here

Like many NYC renters, you probably have a lot to say about your landlord—and you probably wish you knew about problems with the building before you moved in. Complaining about this to your friends and family doesn’t do much good, however. Fortunately, the new Rentlogic browser extension can help renters avoid troublesome landlords and buildings before they sign a lease.

The rise--and fall--of NYC real estate prices

Everyone in NYC knows that living here is expensive. In fact, if you are moving here from another city, you can expect to pay approximately twice the rent for half the apartment you currently have. What you might not know, however, is just how much real estate prices have risen over the last 10 years.

What are your rights as a tenant if you only have a verbal contract?

NYC residents know that there are many ways to rent an apartment or home. While most people have a written lease, this is not always the case. Sometimes landlords use more informal methods, such as a verbal agreement.

A better way to choose an apartment is here

Like many NYC renters, you probably have a lot to say about your landlord-and you probably wish you knew about problems with the building before you moved in. Complaining about this to your friends and family doesn't do much good, however. Fortunately, the new Rentlogic browser extension can help renters avoid troublesome landlords and buildings before they sign a lease.

New York City Council approves right to counsel measure for eviction proceedings

Legal representation is critical for tenants involved in disputes with their landlords. Landlords are typically more or less sophisticated in their understanding of their rights under the law. It is their business to understand their rights and to exercise them to protect their interests. Tenants, on the other hand, often don’t begin to really understand their legal rights until something goes wrong and they are forced to take action to protect their interests.