Rental Market Shows a Steady Hand

Rental Market Shows a Steady Hand

$3,315 as an average rent? They must be renting to a different group of people. Of course there are many who can afford that price, but we work with hundreds of renters all the time, and I can tell you that the average, typical renter in Manhattan is paying less than that. I don't know exactly what the average renter is paying, but I'm certain it's less.

Crain’s Has a Lovely Slide Show of the Highline

Crain's New York business created a lovely slide show of the newly expanded High Line park. What has this got to do with renting an apartment in Manhattan? Well, for one, it has opened the far West Side to new residents who would never have considered living that far West before. For another, it has made the entire "Hudson Yards" area an attractive place to rent.

Renting an apartment to a jerk

I thought this would be of interest to all of you apartment renters. This is what renting looks like from the landlord\'s point of view. There is information in this article that can help you get the apartment you want and not be rejected because you\'re acting like a \"jerk\".
The NYC Apartment Rental Market is Up and it’s Down…

The NYC Apartment Rental Market is Up and it’s Down…

Now, we here at RDNY.com do a lot of renting. We currently have about 4,100 active listings. I can tell you, that the average rent actually paid by our clients is a lot less than $3,812. We obviously have a different clientele. But why try to pass off an \"average rent of $3,812\" when it isn\'t so? Why don\'t they just say, the average rent paid by well to do New Yorkers is $3,812 but for everyone else, it\'s a lot less. That would be a lot more honest.