According to NYC Admin. Code Â§ 27-2009.1(b), "In multiple dwellings in New York City and Westchester County, a no-pet le ... more
This question seems much more of opinion that fact searching, so I will give you my opinion.
In the past I actually bought a house in the 90s, with a deck and pool that had no ... more
To answer your question simply : Yes, it can be sold.
But as the other two responders have noted
1- If a lease is in place, you may be obliged to honor it.
2- Best a ... more
I'm sorry to say that but most of the COOP buildings do NOT ALLOW to RENT.
It would be much easier to get a affordable house, or even thing about getting 2 Family so the rent ... more