Tenant.net had a post about a broker suing, not the tenant, but the roommate, whom the broker helped to find for a broker’s fee for finding the apartment!
New York City apartments are expensive and landlords are tough in qualifying applicants. So how much income does it take? This article explores your options by showing you how much income landlords in every part of NYC look for before they will consider you a viable renter for their apartment.
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We are asked this question a lot. When should you start your search for a September 1 NY apartment rental? The answer is – approximately six weeks before your target date of Sept. 1. That means you should start your search about July 15. Why so long? There is a...Read more
…And what is the success rate of people who join RDNY? Two good and related questions. Let’s take the second question first. The success rate for people looking for an apartment in NY is high, but we don’t have exact numbers for you. Since we aren’t holding the hands of...Read more
We are asked this question all the time – and the answer is that we usually have the same listings brokers have, and often, we have more! RDNY.com works with over 3,000 landlords, managing agents, and owners. In fact, we work with so many landlords and managing agents, that real...Read more