Posted by Anna on August 31, 1999 at 12:29:18:
In Reply to: How Do I Find Out My True Stabilization Rent? posted by roy on August 29, 1999 at 14:45:33:
: When I went to sign a two-year lease for my new apartment a year and a half ago, I got a surprise: The rent I'd been quoted was on a RIDER, and a much higher rent was printed on the lease itself! The Rider said the lower rent was for the term of the current lease only, and that the higher Lease figure was the "true" rent -- which my rental agent said was in accord with the allowed rent-stabilization increase. I find this hard to believe. How do I check out the actual, allowed rent-stab rent on this unit? (PS All figures are below $2000, which I'm told is the "luxury-decontrol" figure.) - Roy
Call the 718 number for DHCR or visit your borough's DHCR office: ask for your apt's Rent History. Find DHCR's info in NYS pages of phone book, on TenantNet Home, on DHCR's website.
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