WHICH EX-CON WILL YOU HAVE TO RENT TO? You have an apartment for rent. Maybe it’s the second floor of the four family house you live in. Will you be forced to ignore the criminal records of your prospective tenant … Continue reading →
LANDLORD TENANT BUY-OUTS MAY BE TOO HOT TO HANDLE
Last month, one of my clients called to discuss whether he could negotiate with a tenant who approached him seeking a buy-out to move out of a rent stabilized apartment. He had read about a new law that considers some … Continue reading →
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