Renters, Know Your Rights!

Concerned that you are being overcharged rent for your apartment? Wonder if your apartment should have remained rent stabilized? Still waiting for management to make a critical repair? Not sure what next steps you can take?

We can help! Join my office and the Department of Housing and Community Renewal for a presentation on how to look up your rental history to see if you have been wrongfully overcharged on rent or if your apartment has been unlawfully unregulated, as well as how to apply for a rent reduction if you are not receiving basic services from your management.


¿Le preocupa que le cobren de más por el alquiler de su departamento? ¿Tienes preguntas sobre si tu apartamento debería haberse mantenido estabilizado? ¿Todavía estas esperando que su gerente haga una reparación crítica? ¿No está seguro de los próximos pasos que puede tomar?

¡Nosotros podemos ayudar! Únase a mi oficina y al Departamento de Vivienda y Renovación Comunitaria (DHCR por sus siglas en inglés) para una presentación sobre cómo buscar su historial de alquiler para ver si le han cobrado excesivamente en la renta o si su apartamento no ha sido desregulado ilegalmente, y cómo solicitar una reducción de renta si no está recibiendo servicios básicos de su casero.

June 04, 2018 at 6:30pm - 8pm
Broadway Housing Communities
898 Saint Nicholas Ave
New York City , NY 10032
United States
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