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Rental Basics in New York : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jun 7, 2017
Jonathan Lahey answered:
You need to find a place that is fits on your income and consider the whole expenses before choosing a place to move in. Thanks!
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Wed Apr 26, 2017
Solomonjohnson911 answered:
Depends on the property type, size, location and much much more. Try to rent with lease agreement. It will be easier for you and guarantee your rights.
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Sat Mar 18, 2017
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Sat Mar 18, 2017
Atsalach asked:
As a self-employed, I received 1099 for $103,000 but after applying deductions (car, gas, tolls etc) the 1040 show my adjusted gross income as $65,000.
What income will be considered when…
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Wed Mar 15, 2017
Amanda smith asked:
I am currently looking for a 2 bedroom apartment that will be willing to accept cityfeps voucher for $1515. The apartment would be for 2 adults and 3 little boys ages 7,5 and 2 months old.…
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Tue Oct 4, 2016
Maricris A answered:
Hello,

If you would like to post a rental on Trulia, you will be redirected to use our partner site, Zillow Rental Manager, to list your rental on Zillow, Trulia and other top sites. Please follow this link for instructions on how to post a rental listing:

http://www.trulia.com/post-rental/

If you have additional questions or have issues with posting your listing, please reply back to this email and I will be happy to help you.

Zillow Rental Manger Help:
https://zillowrentalmanager.zendesk.com/hc/en-us

Regards,

Maricris
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Tue Oct 4, 2016
Kathy Burgreen answered:
You should also look in the suburbs. Westchester & Nassau Counties can offer you a 1 or even 2 bedroom apartment for less money than you are paying for your studio apartment in Manhattan. Getting to work is an easy 20 or 30 minute commute on MetroNorth or the Long Island Railroad. ... more
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Tue Sep 13, 2016
Angelica P answered:
Hi,

I am happy to help you get your listing posted on Trulia.

If you would like to post a rental on Trulia, you will be redirected to use our partner site, Zillow Rental Manager, to list your rental on Zillow, Trulia and other top sites. Please follow this link for instructions on how to post a rental listing:

http://www.trulia.com/post-rental/

If you have additional questions or have issues with posting your listing, please reply back to this email and I will be happy to help you.

Zillow Rental Manger Help:
https://zillowrentalmanager.zendesk.com/hc/en-us

For future reference, you can feel free to contact us about this type of inquiry through our contact form here:

http://www.trulia.com/help/ask/


Thank you for using Trulia!

Angelica
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Mon Jul 18, 2016
Will asked:
Hi, we are two people looking to rent a studio or 1 bedroom in the lower east side of Manhattan, one of us is employed and can show proof of a $45k job, the other is in grad school with…
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Mon Jul 4, 2016
Frank Konarski Rios answered:
John, you should check--rather, more appropriately, your tenants should check--with an attorney in NY. Really, I don't think your problem is with the other landlord who was to lease to your current (and-soon-to-be-former) tenant; instead, your problem lies with your tenant. The tenant seems to be making her problem with her new landlord your problem. You have to come to kindly explain to your tenant that your arrangement to have her move out is between you and her, and although you are sympathetic to her plight, that plight of hers is outside the realm of your dealings with her. In general terms, it has been my experience that ... more
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Thu Jun 23, 2016
Paul answered:
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Sat Jun 18, 2016
Richard Bowles asked:
I signed an agreement to have agent secure apartment in a particular building. Three specific units were listed as options that I would accept. Subsequently, the agent has failed to be…
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Sun May 15, 2016
Cc.confess asked:
At the beginning of June a broker (broker 1) showed me an apt. I filled out an application but broker 1 said the apt has been rented. I started contacting multiple brokers as move is time-sensitive.…
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Fri May 6, 2016
Propertymanagerdarren asked:
Hello Trulia Blog Staff,

I was just browsing and I came across your blog post, http://www.trulia.com/blog/renter-rip-off-10-ways-to-fight-hidden-apartment-fees/.

I thought it was…
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Mon Apr 18, 2016
Queensapartmentrents answered:
Anytime is a good time to find your next apartment. Unlike many other cities around the US, the NYC market is very different. Demand for apartments is very high.

During winter, the city’s vacancy rate rises, rents tend to fall, and owners are more likely to offer move-in incentives (typically one month of free rent or payment of the broker’s fee) to drive traffic to their properties. Summer on the other side is the busiest.

I would suggest to contact a local and reputable broker to assist you with your search. She/he will most likely have all the details to assist you find the best place in New York.
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Sun Feb 21, 2016
Jonathan Lahey answered:
Hi Kimy44,

Try visiting this link you might find something useful - https://www.texasrealestate.com/for-texas-realtors/12-things-you-should-know-about-sellers-disclosure
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Sun Feb 14, 2016
Jonathan Lahey answered:
Hi,

I think you need to discuss it withe owner, because the owner of the property has an agreement with the agent,, so possible the agent can still get a commission because youve seen the post under hes adds. When you called him and given the wrong address you should inform him that he gives the wrong one so he could check it and correct the address. He was given the right to add the home so its hes responsibility to handle the needs of the properties to be sold. But if you want to dis agree then you can talk to the owner.. ... more
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