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Under the rent stabilization rules, your landlord must mail you a lease renewal 90 to 150 days prior to the expiration of your current lease. If you do not return the lease within 60 days, the landlord may refuse to renew your lease and could move to evict you after the lease expires.
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.
If the tenant does not accept the renewal offer within the prescribed time, the landlord may refuse to renew the lease and seek to evict the tenant through court proceedings. If the tenant accepts the renewal offer, the landlord has 30 days to return the fully executed lease to the tenant.
Your landlord can choose not to renew your lease if it's not your primary residence. One of the many advantages of living in a rent-stabilized apartment in New York City is an automatic lease renewal.
The extension this bill grants will provide HPD and the U.S. Census bureau additional time to thoroughly complete their analysis of the 2021 HVS. Int. No. 70 would extend the expiration of the City's Rent Stabilization Law from April 1, 2022 to July 1, 2022.
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Landlords may refuse to renew a lease only under certain enumerated circumstances, such as when the tenant is not using the premises as a primary residence.
The average rent in Manhattan rose to $5,058 in June, up from $4,975 in May and $3,922 in June 2021, a Douglas Elliman report prepared by Miller Samuel Real Estate Appraisers & Consultants found. Median rental prices stood at $4,050 last month, up from $4,000 in May and $3,249 in June 2021.
Under the rent stabilization rules, your landlord must mail you a lease renewal 90 to 150 days prior to the expiration of your current lease. If you do not return the lease within 60 days, the landlord may refuse to renew your lease and could move to evict you after the lease expires.
NYC Rent Increase Laws for 2022 Specifically, each year the NYC Rent Guideline Board sets a cap on how much a landlord may increase your rent annually. In June of 2022, the board set a 3.25% increase for one-year lease agreements and a 5% increase for a two-year lease agreement.
At the signing of a lease, owners of rent stabilized apartments may charge a rent increase based on guidelines that are annually established by the applicable Rent Guidelines Board.

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