Congratulations! You’re moving into your very own NYC rental apartment. Before you sign that lease, be prepared for unforeseen expenses. Let’s take a look at common household expenditures and compare these typical costs to your monthly income. Goal? Avoid debt six months after you’ve moved in. Rent Rent is the...Read more
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Soho is New York’s own little getaway. As one of the city’s most famous neighborhoods, Soho and its residents can be strikingly counterculture. The area’s artsy decor and its bohemian lifestyle can be felt even in the architecture. Step onto Wooster Street, and suddenly you feel worlds away from the...Read more
Where can you have the wonderful Riverside Church, the International House, Grant’s Tomb, a variety of theological seminaries and the Manhattan School of Music all within four blocks of each other – and New Yorker’s don’t know the neighborhood’s name? Why Morningside Heights, of course. One of the undiscovered places...Read more
If you’re new to the New York City/Metropolitan region, you might be surprised to find out that for many apartments in NYC, while the bedroom is bright and cheery, and the living room is flooded with natural light, the other rooms, like the bathroom and kitchens, are— how shall we say— compact....Read more
The following includes information regarding damage control immediately following Hurricane Sandy. Erik Braunitzer is a writer for Douglas Elliman, brokers for NYC, Long Island and Hamptons Real Estate. Millions of people living in New York, New Jersey and Long Island have had their lives turned upside down in the aftermath...Read more
Until recently, roommates looking for apartments in NYC would hire one of the numerous companies that build temporary, pressurized walls to put up a wall in an alcove or divide the living room, to create an extra “bedroom” that had a degree of privacy. Most landlords and managing agents used...Read more
Architecturally beautiful houses can be a joy to live in. We just got a new listing on this beautiful house. We don’t have any photos of the interior yet, but just look at the grand lines of this house! This house is a gem. It’s available from 10/1/12 with a...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
Living alone in your NY apartment rental. The choice is dictated by finances. You need to think about what you can afford and where you want
Every two weeks, we award free memberships to RDNY.com to visitors of our Facebook page who "Like Us" and who are looking to find apartments in NYC. This week, we had two winners!
It's the frowned on neighborhood that people start to love once they live there. It's the Upper East Side. Some of the best no fee apartments in New York...
Looking to rent an apartment in NYC? Be prepared for a huge fee. With RDNY.com, 100% of our New York City apartments are no fee apartments.
So you think apartments in NYC are small? You haven't seen tiny apartments until you see the basement apartments of workers in some of China's largest cities.
RDNY.com's excellent renter's guide, The Essential Guide for Smart Renters. It's free and it will prepare you for the apartment you want.
The echo from the media is deafening. Apartments in NYC have never been more expensive. Bloomberg say's "Manhattan Apartment Rents Approach Peak". Meet the Peek.
Space is at a premium in apartments in NYC. No getting around that. The trick is to maximize the use of all space, whether it's wall space or vertical space.