Posted by satori on January 29, 1999 at 20:50:11:
In Reply to: Renting in a coop building posted by Danielle on January 20, 1999 at 17:13:23:
Ask the neighebors or ask the landlord for anyone that would give him a
good reference. I was going to rent a coop, and they had great references,
and in all sincerity, they said at the end of the lease they normally
only at the most raise it 4% if even that.That was another part of the
city though then Manhattan where I now live.
: I am about to sign a lease for an apt in a coop building. It's not rent stabilized and the owners (a management company that owns 80% of the units in the bldg) will only give me a one year lease.
: I am concerned that the rent will be jacked up next year. I'm also concerned about my rights as a renter in general. Where can I find specific info on coop renting?
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