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If you're living in a rent-stabilized apartment, your landlord has a fixed cap on any intended rent increase. The limits are calculated by the Rent Guidelines Board each year. In 2020, the maximum rent increase for rent-stabilized apartments was fixed at 1.5% for 1-year leases and 2.5% for 2-year leases.
\u201cOn average, rentals that were listed in 2020 or 2021 and relisted in Q2 2022 showed a 20.4% increase in asking rents per year.\u201d A separate report from Douglas Elliman and Miller Samuel showed the average rent in Manhattan surged past $5,000 in June, a record-setting high.
Applies to apartments built prior to 1974 that have more than six units. Newer buildings can voluntarily participate in rent stabilization in exchange for tax exemptions.
If your apartment is indeed stabilized, your landlord is supposed to attach to your lease the Rent Stabilization \u201cLease Rider.\u201d The rider informs you of your rights and responsibilities as a rent stabilized tenant, and includes the prior rent for the apartment, as well as the reasons the rent was increased.
The DHCR Lease Rider offered to vacancy lease tenants contain notification to the tenant of the right to request from the owner by certified mail Individual Apartment Improvements (IAI's) supporting documentation at the time the lease is offered or within 60 days of the execution of the lease.
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Rent stabilization generally covers buildings built after 1947 and before 1974, and apartments removed from rent control. It also covers buildings that receive J-51, 421-a and 421-g tax benefits. These tax benefit programs have their own specific rules as to which apartments are covered.
New Yorkers who live in rent-stabilized apartments will soon pay higher rents \u2014 3.25 percent more on one-year leases and 5 percent more on two-year leases \u2014 the sharpest increase in nearly a decade.
New York City has a system of rent regulations known as \u201crent stabilization.\u201d The system was enacted in 1969 when rents were rising sharply in many post-war buildings. The system has been extended and amended frequently, and now about one million apartments in the City are covered by rent stabilization.
Sign a rent-stabilized or market-rate lease and you are bound to its terms. Unless the apartment is rendered uninhabitable because of poor conditions, your only way out would be to sign a written agreement with the landlord terminating the lease.
TL;DR: Rent-stabilized apartments have rents regulated by the government, which means that landlords can only raise rents by a set amount each year.

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