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Re: NYC: Non-regulated lease end options

Posted by richard on April 02, 2000 at 19:33:35:

In Reply to: NYC: Non-regulated lease end options posted by East side guy on April 02, 2000 at 18:00:38:

Well they gave you 30 days......thats it....Dont pay this months rent us the security for that or start paying the $6000 next month or move.....

SO drop everthing in your life.....get on the phone right this minute and call and see if there is anyplace you can see TONIGHT! and take Cabs everywhere.

Take what ever sick days personal days vacation days, and get them ready to use them up this month...

Get on the NYTimes Newsday Village Voice websites everyday, start calling at & or 8 am, then if you get somebody TAKE A CAB have your paystubs, tax info, credit report, and plenty of money in the bank, and maybe you all can sign a lease on the spot.

If you have $20,000 available then contact a real estate agent..after all 15% of the first years rent of $4500 is $8100 that you will never see again plus security and rent is over $17,000 plus moving

You all have to get on the ball....Starting TONIGHT!


: We all know that NYC rents continue to spiral out of control, but can anyone offer some advice on our options given these facts:

: - large multi-unit rental building on upper east side

: - current rent = $4500/mo., so probably went through luxury decontrol some time ago (--> therefore, almost surely not rent stabilized now)

: - current lease ends 4/30/00

: - management company just came through with renewal offer at new rent of more than $6000/mo. (!)

: - My roomates and I can't find a new apartment that fast -- what should we do?

: - Can we just overstay the lease end date? Should we pay the old rent "month-to-month"? Pay the new rent? Get a lawyer?

: Thanks in advance for your help....

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