Posted by Dawn on January 08, 2001 at 16:27:32:
In Reply to: in Williamsburg - are we rent regulated? posted by sue on January 04, 2001 at 21:37:27:
Do you have a lease? Sometimes the title of the lease shows if it's a rent stabilized apartment or not. Also, you can look for the building I.D. number, usually situated at the front of the building, in the lobby, or by the mailboxes. Take note of the number and called Department of Housing and Preservation and they can look it up to see if the building has rent-stabilized apartments. You can also talk to them to see if your apartment has been registered under rent-stabilized as well.
: I alive in brooklyn and have tried to se if the building is rent regulated (has over 6 units) - but it does not come up on your search engine and I cant find further info about how to find out if the bldg is rent regulated (it is inhabited after 1974) - can you please tll me A) how to determine this and B) if it is not orn record, how can we get it on an official record somewhere? Thanks!
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