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NYC Property Registration Due Sept. 1

NYC Landlords: Property Registration Due by September 1

It's that time of year again. New York City's Department of Housing Preservation & Development (HPD) requires annual property registration by owners of residential buildings that meet the following requirements: Multiple dwelling (3 or more residential units) Private dwelling (1-2…

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NYC HPD Publishes 2019 Housing Information Guide

As we’ve done previously, this article highlights updates in the latest edition of New York City's Department of Housing Preservation & Development (HPD)’s housing information guide, The ABCs of Housing. Owners of multiple dwellings (residential buildings of 3+ units) should…

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Free Hpd Classes For Landlords

Free Resources for New York City Landlords

Did you know that the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) offers free landlord resources? In addition to the information available on its website, HPD also hosts free clinics and classes for landlords. All events take place…

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2017 Housing Information Guide

HPD Publishes 2017 Housing Information Guide

New York City's Department of Housing Preservation & Development (HPD) recently released the 2017 version of its housing information guide, The ABCs of Housing. In addition to posting the required notice regarding the guide's availability, owners of multiple dwellings (residential buildings of…

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NYC Tenant Gas Leak Notice

Have You Posted Your Gas Leak Notice?

In response to gas-related tragedies throughout New York City, Mayor Bill DeBlasio signed 17 pieces of gas-safety legislation into law in December 2016. The package included Local Law 153 of 2016, which requires building owners to notify tenants of procedures…

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NYC Landlords Disaster Response

Disaster Response Planning for New York City Landlords

Winter has officially arrived. Before inclement weather follows suit, take a few moments to review your disaster response plan. New York City requires landlords to maintain "habitable conditions" in residential properties, even after sustaining damage from storms or other incidents.…

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