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New Yorker Homeowner Rights That Homeowners Want to Hide

New York has the largest share of tenants in the entire United States. Edition Curbed writes about 11 the fundamental rights that you should be aware of, although your landlord is unlikely to be happy about this.

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According to a recent Zillow study, 68% of New Yorkers rent their home, giving us the largest share of tenants in the whole country. However, not all of the tenants know what rights they have.

Among the basic ones are the right to heating, hot water and clean living space, as well as more complex issues - for example, related to rents and their increase.

These rights are monitored by organizations such as the City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), the State Department of Housing and Housing Renovation (DHCR), and a tenant advocacy group such as the Met Housing Council.

Read more at ForumDaily New York.

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