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Altagracia B. Pierre-Outerbridge Talks with Jay Oliver

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Which website should I use to help me find a new apartment?

Resources abound to aid you in your apartment search!   which one(s) should you use? Perhaps a combination of sites? Let’s explore the pros and any cons of some popular sites. first Read More

What is The NYC ERAP? Key Changes for 2024

The NYC ERAP is receiving a massive update for 2024. Keep reading to learn more about the improvements and changes coming for both renters and landlords. Read More

How Illegal Dispensaries put Landlords at Risk

Illegal dispensaries are putting New Yorkers’ health at risk. Keep reading to learn how this puts landlords at risk. Read More

Understanding the NYC Third-Party Transfer In Rem Program

NYC uses a third-party transfer program to rehabilitate neglected properties. Read more to learn how it works and why it matters! Read More

How to Stop the Eviction Process & What to Do If It Is Too Late

Eviction is an anxiety-inducing prospect. Here, we’ll discuss what you can do to stop the eviction process and stay in your home. Click to read more. Read More

What to Know About Rent-Stabilized Apartments in New York City

Rent-stabilized apartments in New York City are some of the most affordable units in the city. Here, we’ll explain what you should know about these units. Read More

When to Seek a Rent Abatement in NYC

Have conditions in your rental grown steadily worse? You may want to consider seeking a rent abatement or rent reduction. Keep reading to learn more. Read More

How to Protect Your Rights in the Face of NYC’s RPAPL 881

RPAPL 881 can grant developers permission to enter your space to do work on an adjoining property. Don’t let this happen to you. Keep reading to learn more. Read More

What is a Tenant Do-Not-Rent List and is it Legal?

Do-not-rent lists are made to protect landlords, but they hurt and discriminate against tenants. Keep reading to learn more about do-not-rent lists. Read More

What is a Certificate of Occupancy?

If you’re doing renovations or buying a home, you might wonder what a certificate of occupancy is. Keep reading to learn more about this critical document! Read More

When Can a Landlord Legally Reject an ESA?

If a Tenant Requests an ESA, you might be wondering when a landlord can legally reject an ESA. Read more to find out and make sure you’re being compliant. Read More

How to Find a Condo or a Co-Op with Low Carrying Costs in NYC

A NYC condo’s affordability can hinge on its carrying costs. Keep reading to learn how to find condos with low carrying costs! Read More

Explained: NYC Apartment Application Fees and Other Rental Fees

Signing a lease in NYC can be more costly than in other cities. Keep reading to learn what apartment application fees and other costs you can expect. Read More

What are the Cheapest Neighborhoods in NYC?

Finding an affordable place to live can be hard, but it helps to know where to look. Keep reading to learn about the cheapest neighborhoods in NYC! Read More

Can a Tenant Sue a Landlord for Mold?

Having mold in your apartment isn’t just gross—it can pose a threat to your health. Can you sue your landlord for mold? Keep reading to find out! Read More

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