In almost any cases, the landlord needs to see the tenants and interview them prior to agreement to rent. However, there are some exceptions to this if the landlord, for example, is an owner of 1 to 3 family homes and.... just agrees to this condition. Anyone can pay for your rental property as a guarantor, signing the guarantors agreement.
Gary (347 819-1683
Big Apple Homes Realty
If you need a quick rental in any area, give me a call. I will find you one immediately.
Commercial | Residential
REMAX PARK SLOPE
Direct: (212) 300-3919
My concern is that, if you have never lived in the US before, you may not have a credit history here, which could cause a landlord to refuse your application. In that case you would need a guarantor, someone living in the tri-state (NY, NJ, CT) area, with good credit and annual income of at least 80 times one month's rent.
If you qualify on your own, the annual income requirement is usually 40 times one month's rent.
Good luck in your search and please do not hesitate to contact me for any assistance.
Barbara Ann Rogers, Licensed Real Estate Broker, Certified Negotiation Expert
William B. May
Office 212-696-1866 x7
Mobile Phone 718-664-8434