David Del Rio
I am a real estate broker in Manhattan specialize in rentals. I can enquire with your management if your building would allow a 6 month rental and if so, find great tenants, all this at no cost for you ( my commission would be paid by the tenant). Please contact me now at firstname.lastname@example.org Best, Joelle
Nick A. Agostinelli
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
office 212.729.5712 EXT. 144
353 Lexington Avenue, Fifth Floor
New York, NY 10016
Real Estate & Development
The answer is "Yes" But "No"... To be specific. You can not "Legally" do a short term rental in NYC for less than 30 days as per the new rules and regulations. The next questions you need to ask is if you building will allow you to sublet your property on a short term basis. Most buildings in NYC have in theirs by-laws that rentals be a minimum of a 1 year lease. Some allow 6 to 3 months rentals.
I was featured in NY Times speaking on behalf of the Short Term Rental Market. I have included a link to the article below.....
I hope I was able to answer your question. Please feel free to reach out to me if you have any further questions, and good luck on getting your place rented!
917 612 2746
City Connections Realty
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker