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Did you know New York landlords and property managers of 6 or more units in a building are allowed to keep 1% of security deposit monies for administrative expenses with the remaining interest either paid annually to the tenant or left in an interest bearing account based on tenant’s choice? Well, if you’re managing rental properties in New York State, it is just one of many landlord-tenant laws you should be aware of.

Managing rental properties is no easy feat, thus the reason we offer help in the form of forums where NY landlords and property managers can post any questions they have about how to manage their tenants or properties. It’s the reason we have a live chat with real people available to assist when you have questions about the site or our forms, and it’s the reason we provide an expansive article database covering every topic imaginable in the residential rental industry and real estate in general. Are you getting the picture that you’re not alone in this?

You don’t have to worry when it comes to managing your residential properties in New York. We have your back every step of the way from our huge collection of forms, live support, and referrals to outside resources like your local New York investment clubs. Visit our Resources page to get started utilizing some of our many resources.

New York Residential Lease Agreements

New York Lease The New York lease package offers so many features to be excited about including State Assist to help guide you through NY landlord-tenant mandates, attorney sanctioned to ensure compliance, and a complete package of forms you’ll need to manage your rentals smoothly. We could go on, but know you’ll want to begin creating so you can see for yourself. One more thing, you can copy, edit and email your lease and accompanying forms as well. Now you can begin.

New York Landlord Forms

New York Rental Forms New York - Buffalo Rental Registry Information
In Buffalo, NY it is required to register all rental units that are non-owner occupied and one or two family properties.

NYC Increase in Rent (for Rent Controlled Units)
Use the NYC Increase In Rent Notice for rent-controlled units in New York City, which has complex restrictions on increasing rents.

NYC Lease Renewal for Rent Stabilized Housing
NYC Lease Renewal for Rent Stabilized Housing, set by the local Rent Guidelines Board, is a renewal for tenants in rent stabilized housing.

New York Lease Agreement with eSign
Now with eSign!!! This Do-It-Yourself New York lease agreement offers guidance of New York law and allows you the option to include additional NYC or Buffalo disclosures.

New York City Window Guard Notice (Lease Addendum)
Landlords in New York City must install window guards in any apartment where a child under ten lives, or where tenants request them.

New York Notice to Vacate
This New York form gives a tenant, who violated the lease, a specific amount of days to cure the violation or vacate the premises.

Buffalo Disclosure of Smoking Policy
The City of Buffalo in the State of New York requires the landlord to disclose a smoking policy, according to Chapter 264- Rental Dwelling Unit Registration.

Browse more New York rental forms here.

New York Attorneys

New York Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
David A. Kaminsky
David A. Kaminsky & Associates, P.C.
New York, NY
  Eric H. Kahan
Sperber Denenberg & Kahan, PC
New York, NY
Miriam Breier, Esq.
Breier Deutschmeister Urban & Fromme P.C.
New York, NY
  Nels M. Johnson, Attorney at Law
Sole Practitioner
Buffalo, NY

New York Links and Resources

New York Rental Resources New York City - A Tenant's Guide to Housing Court
This Guide is designed for tenants to the Housing Part of the Civil Court of the City of New York but is a great resource for the Landlord. Cases (lawsuits) to collect rent, evict tenants and enforce rights regarding housing conditions are brought in the Housing Court.

New York Instructions for Annual Window Guard Notice
Instructions for Landlords for the Annual Notice to Tenant or Occupant in Buildings with 3 or More Apartments Protecting Children from Window Falls and Lead Poisoning

New York Office of the Attorney Generals Office-Tenant Rights
Very good information on Landlord Tenant Regulations for New York as well as updated information on Rent Stablization.

New York Real Estate Investment Clubs

New York Landlord Clubs
Greater Westchester Real Estate Investors Association (GWREIA), New Rochelle, NY
Meeting Time: 4th Tuesday, 6:30 pm., Number of Members: 100  More New York Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Mid-Hudson Valley REIA, Poughkeepsie , NY
Meeting Time: 3rd Wednsday of each month, 7:00 pm  More New York Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Real Estate Investors Association of NYC , New York, NY
Meeting Time: 2nd Wednesday of Every Month, 6:30 PM  More New York Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Upstate New York Real Estate Investors, Rochester, NY

Meeting Time: 4th Thursday, 7:00 pm., Number of Members: 150  More New York Real Estate Investment Clubs »

New York Real Estate Investment Articles

New York Rental Articles
New York Landlord Tenant Law and Regulations
Posted March 15, 2010
New York landlord-tenant laws are extremely complex and tenant-friendly, so NY landlords should frequently review this NY law summary.

My Tenant Backed Out of the Lease - Now What?
Posted December 22, 2016
You gathered a pile of applications for your rental property. You narrowed it to several finalists and, after screening a few backgrounds, you finally settled on the best candidate for your next tenant. Now, that tenant is backing out of the lease at the very last minute. What should you do, besides tearing your hair out? It depends on whether or not the tenant signed your lease agreement, and whether you obtained a Hold Deposit. Also, did your lease include an Early Termination clause? Know the answers to these questions before reading further - they matter!

Why Does Eviction Take So Long?
Posted December 13, 2016
You want your tenants out and you want them out today. You have been more than patient, your tenants are taking advantage of you, and things are only going to get worse. So, why can't you just kick them out immediately? Wouldn't any judge understand that eviction is appropriate under these typical scenarios? • Tenants haven't paid rent in months. • Tenants let other people move in and never told you or asked permission. • The last time tenants let you in to inspect, you saw the unit was trashed. These examples – among many others – are lease violations and landlords do not have to put up with them. And, yes, action is definitely called for. Unfortunately, far too many landlords make wrong assumptions about the action they are per

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