Great article in Brownstoner with important information for landlords and tenants.
125 Court Street, where the developer was found to have overcharged rent-stabilized tenants. Photo by Fleur Losfeld
Apr 29, 2016 • 10:00am by Barbara Eldredge
Rent-stabilized apartments: If you’re a renter, you probably want one. If you’re a landlord or developer, you probably don’t. With the city and state starting toramp up their enforcement of rent regulation, it’s time to get clear on exactly what it means to have a rent-stabilized home. And how to find out if your landlord’s been overcharging you.
A quick definition:
Living in a rent-stabilized apartment means occu...