The Real.Est List
Everything you need to know about NYC landlords
It's rental high season here in the city, which means that landlords have the upper hand.
So, this week's SurvivalList focuses on all things landlord, including 8 things no landlord will never tell you, how to impress small landlords, the ups and downs of renting from said landlords and a first-person account of a mom-and-pop landlord situation (that feels a bit too much like living with your actual mom and pop).
In order to ensure that you're renting future is a bright one, you'll want to stay of landlord blacklists.
If for whatever reason -- including landlord poisonings -- you need to leave your apartment, we offer guidelines for breaking up with your landlord (a.k.a. breaking your lease).
For these, and other landlord-related posts, click the links below.
- How to impress a small landlord
- 8 things a landlord will never tell you
- Ups and downs of renting from a small landlord
- How stay off the landlord blacklist
- Shushing a noisy landlord
- Living with a landlord who's a lot like...mom and dad
- How to get your landlord to fix stuff
- How to break up with your landlord (break your lease)
- There are good landlords...and then there are those that poison you