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Rental Basics in Upper West Side : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Feb 7, 2013
Damoun Yashar answered:
You're looking to spend anywhere from $2000-2500 - very lucky if you find anything below $2000. That said, prices will incrementally go up as the summer begins to approach.


Damoun Baruch Yashar
CEO | Licensed NY Real Estate Agent

New York Real Estate Group
1115 Broadway Ave, 11th Fl
New York, NY 10010

646.389.2437 (direct)
646.393.4386 (office)

dyashar@newyorkreg.com
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Thu Feb 7, 2013
Damoun Yashar answered:
Never - the new owner is obligated by law to uphold your lease. NYC is one of the most pro-tenant cities in the US.


Damoun Baruch Yashar
CEO | Licensed NY Real Estate Agent

New York Real Estate Group
1115 Broadway Ave, 11th Fl
New York, NY 10010

646.389.2437 (direct)
646.393.4386 (office)

dyashar@newyorkreg.com
www.newyorkreg.com


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Thu Nov 15, 2012
Darryl answered:
If the apartment is subject to rent stabilization, the tenants have rights under the Rent Stabilization laws. You should seek further information by visiting the office of the Division of Housing & Community Renewal (DHCR). That is the administrative state agency that deals with the regulations for all apartments subject to Rent Stabilization and Rent Control regulations.
If the apartment is considered "Unregulated", then you need to look at the terms and conditions of your lease. Conflicts that exist must be resolved in Housing Court, if you believe that you have a case. Owners of the property should have insurance to repair the property. If you have personal losses, then you - being the Tenant, should have had renters insurance. Your losses may or may not be covered under the owner's property insurance.
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