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One Click Away From NYC Rent Stabilized Apartments

One Click Away From NYC Rent Stabilized Apartments Quick Recap On NYC Rent Stabilized Apartments When the lease for a NYC rent stabilized apartment is up, the rental increase is regulated and you are guaranteed to get a renewal lease.  After the initial approval of the application, the landlord of the apartment is basically stuck with you forever because they have no recourse in getting you out of the apartment barring some illegal activity or lack of payment that would void…

This Is How You Find An Apartment In NYC Without A Broker

This Is How You Find An Apartment In NYC Without A Broker At this moment, you are contemplating finding an apartment in NYC on your own without the help of a broker and you are second guessing if it is even possible having read everywhere how difficult it is.  Regardless, you’re going to explore the possibilities and take your shot because you’re finding a difficult time finding a reputable broker or you literally do not want to pay the thousands…

Easy Ways to Improve Your Home’s Value Through Curb Appeal

If you’re preparing your home for sale, it’s important to address not only the inside but the outside as well. A buyer’s first impression of your home should be welcoming and encourage them to enter the house and see themselves living there. This article will discuss some of the ways you can maximize your home’s value by working on its curb appeal.    Take a Tough Look at Your House’s Exterior   You may have many emotional attachments to your…

The New Rent Laws: What You Need To Know (For Now) by Jessica Feder-Birnbaum

The new rent laws that went into affect in June 2019 have been overhauled to protect tenants. Landlords and management companies are scrambling to be law abiding and stay profitable. As with any new system, there’s a learning curve. Landlord feedback is that the laws skew too highly in favor of tenants. How pushback will alter these policies remains to be seen. Whether you’re a rent stabilized or market rate tenant, read on to see what these changes are and…

These NYC buildings have the most elevator complaints

These NYC buildings have the most elevator complaints Shutterstock.com The list of buildings includes two in Manhattan, three in Brooklyn, and five in the Bronx On the heels of the elevator malfunction that killed a man in Kips Bay this week, home search platform Localize.city has published a list of New York’s ten residential buildings with the highest number of elevator 311 complaints over the last year. The list includes two buildings in Manhattan, three in Brooklyn, and five in…

Leave a Review at Go Home NY

What is the building you’re looking at really like? Find out at Go Home NY. Got some stories about your own apartment or condo? Be heard at Go Home NY. https://gohomeny.com #nycrenting #apartmentreviews#condoreviews #nycapartments Pictured review: https://gohomeny.com/…/…/1735-york-ave-new-york-ny-10128-usa Be Heard at Go Home NY Be heard! Leave your apartment, condo, and coop building reviews at Go Home NY! Know a building’s managers are awful? Have the inside line on a perfect building? Anything in between? Express your voice and be heard. Leave a review at Go…

Façade Work on Flatiron-esque One Clinton Making Headway in Brooklyn Heights

Façade Work on Flatiron-esque One Clinton Making Headway in Brooklyn Heights Work on the 36-story, mixed-use residential tower dubbed One Clinton is continuing to make rapid progress in Brooklyn Heights, and the building’s warm-colored stone façade is now rising. Also known as 280 Cadman Plaza West, the topped-out, triangular-shaped structure is designed by Marvel Architects and developed by Hudson Companies. The 295,000-square-foot project will include 134 residential units and One Clinton Street Library, a new public library that will replace the…

West Egg Development Debuts Renderings of 110 East 53rd Street in East Flatbush, Brooklyn

West Egg Development Debuts Renderings of 110 East 53rd Street in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, NYC. Located at 110 East 53rd Street between Winthrop Street and Clarkson Avenue, the building replaces a two-story single-family home and an associated rear yard. Read more at: New York YIMBY says “Yes In My Backyard” to positive new development in the NYC metropolitan region. Be Heard at Go Home NY Be heard! Leave your apartment, condo, and coop building reviews at Go Home NY! Know…

Permits Filed for 98-10 63rd Road in Rego Park, Queens

Permits Filed for 98-10 63rd Road in Rego Park, Queens Permits have been filed for a 21-story residential building at 98-10 63rd Road in Rego Park, Queens. Located between 98th Street and 98th Place, the lot is about three blocks from the 63 Drive-Rego Park subway station, serviced by the M and R trains. Kenny Liu under the Chuang Heng Rego Park LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications. Read more at: New York YIMBY says “Yes In…

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Finding a place to live in New York can sometimes feel like a shot in the dark. Obviously, you can view an apartment, and hear the shpiel from the broker or the landlord, but how do you know you’re getting the real story? How many times do you find yourself thinking, “Wow, I wish I would have known this before I moved in?” That’s what Go Home NY is here for. Our goal is to create a platform for New…