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Renting 101: a guide to tenant’s rights and more

Your New York City apartment hunt isn’t over once you’ve found a place you think you love.

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A roommate and tenant guide to NYC

Everything you need to know about apartment living, from decorating your space to finding a roommate

NYC Apartment Hunting

Finding an apartment for rent in NYC doesn't have to be hard—consider this your one-stop shop for a New York apartment search, from the best websites for finding an apartment, to how to find a roommate once you've snagged a place.

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The ultimate guide to renting in NYC

Don’t get overwhelmed by the process—we’ve outlined how to set a budget, what to bring when you apply for an apartment, and more.

What to do if your NYC apartment doesn’t have heat or hot water

Know your rights this winter.

The New York City homebuying guide

Everything you need to know before launching a house hunt in NYC

Rent control vs. rent stabilization in NYC, explained

Everything you need to know about rent regulations in New York City, including how to find these somewhat elusive apartments.

Best websites for finding a no-fee NYC apartment

Find a NYC apartment without the monumental broker fees.

How to find a rent-stabilized apartment in New York City

Find a rent-stabilized apartment in these four easy steps.

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How to research a NYC building before you move in

Before you sign on the dotted line, do some research to know exactly what type of building you might be moving into.

Broker fee reform draws ire from real estate industry, tepid city support

Lawmakers say the bill would curb financial barriers to renting NYC apartments

Rent vs. buy? More New Yorkers go with the former—here’s why

Only a third of New Yorkers actually own their homes

An expert’s guide to renting a New York City apartment

From finding the perfect place to decorating it once you’ve moved in

NYC’s 100 worst landlords identified on 2017 watchlist

See who made the Public Advocate’s annual list this time around.

How to make cohabitation work in a NYC apartment

Considering cohabitation? These five tips will help you maintain your sanity after moving in with a partner.

4 alternatives to traditional New York City rentals

These NYC housing options offer myriad perks—including regular housekeeping and flexible leases—in exchange for things like privacy.