UNDERSTANDING THE NEW RENT LAWS, PART 1 -
Looking for your first apartment in New York? You probably have many questions and possibly some apprehension as you begin your search. There are ways, however, to make the search a little easier.
New York State Sen. Liz Krueger (D-Manhattan) champions the rights of renters and meaningful tenant safeguards against bad-faith and profit-hungry urban landlords.
It is hardly surprising that legions of New York City co-op unit owners routinely seek to secure tenants for their apartments via a rental or subletting arrangement.
Finding an apartment in New York City can be a struggle. Finding an affordable apartment, however, can seem downright impossible. This is why some individuals look to Housing Connect to apply for housing that is more cost effective.
A rather singular group of New Yorkers currently making a bit of a stir in the landlord-tenant universe largely comprises individuals who might have gone by the moniker "geek" in former times.
The "endemic character of [its] collapse."
The battle lines are drawn.
We preface today's blog post with a nutshell summary of the key details relevant to New York City's annual "Heat Season." That period commences on October 1 each year and runs through May 31.
We noted in a recent blog post the view of the New York Times' editorial board that affordable housing in NYC is under an onslaught, and for myriad reasons.