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October 2017 Archives

Know your NYC tenants’ rights

Whether you are new to New York City or have lived here for years, finding housing is always a challenge. And finding a place to live is often only half the battle. Many renters have problems with their landlords and/or their buildings after they move in.

Take precautions if you have a loud dog in an apartment

All dogs bark, but some are particularly yappy. While you may be used to it, your neighbors probably are not. You may think it’s fun to have “conversations” with your dog, but other tenants may not see it that way. If they complain to the landlord, you could be in trouble.

Paying the rent: Try to keep it timely coming, and in full

If you're a New York City tenant in a rent-stabilized apartment, you could of course be one of the lucky renters who has a property ownership team that is clearly on the ball when it comes to performance regarding landlord-related duties.

Notorious landlord facing eviction

Raphael Toledano finds himself on the other side of a landlord-tenant dispute this month. He has been accused many times of evicting his tenants from units that are rent-stabilized, and now he is facing eviction from a building he claims is rent-stabilized.