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  • NY State Emergency Rental Assistance Program

    The New York State Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) will provide significant economic relief to help low and moderate-income households at risk of experiencing homelessness or housing instability by providing rental arrears, temporary rental assistance and utility arrears assistance. Read More

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    New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance

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  • Applying for Emergency Rental Assistance

    This PDF guide is for NYC residents and has info on what types of grants can help you avoid being evicted, how much money you can get, income requirements, and how to apply. Content Detail

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    Mobilization for Justice, Inc.
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  • NY State Emergency Rental Assistance Program

    The New York State Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) will provide significant economic relief to help low and moderate-income households at risk of experiencing homelessness or housing instability by providing rental arrears, temporary rental assistance and utility arrears assistance. Read More

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    New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance

I want to know if a rent increase or charge from my landlord is legal (1)+

Am I covered by rent regulation? (1)+

  • How to tell if your apartment is rent stabilized

    There is an online lookup tool you can use to see if your building is rent stabilized. For more information, read the PDF fact sheet on rent stabilization, rent control, and rent overcharges Read More

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    New York City Rent Guidelines Board

I live in rent-stabilized housing (2)+

  • Collecting overcharges in rent stabilized apartments

    For rent stabilized tenants who have been overcharged by their landlords, this fact sheet explains the different methods for collecting overcharge back from the landlord after court. Content Detail

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    New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal
  • Rights of rent-stabilized tenants when signing a vacancy lease

    This is a PDF fact-sheet with information for rent stabilized tenants signing a vacancy lease. Also contains information required by the Rent Code Amendments of 2014 (RCA 2014), which are embodied in the New York City Rent Stabilization Code (RSC) and the Tenant Protection Regulations (TPR). Content Detail

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    New York State Homes and Community Renewal

I live in rent-controlled housing (2)+