Posted by Anna on March 06, 2000 at 01:23:35:
In Reply to: Rent Regulation Status Definitions per HPD posted by burt on March 03, 2000 at 17:07:38:
: DEFINITIONS OF RENT REGULATION STATUS
: Prepared by
: New York City Department
: Housing Preservation and Development
: Office of Housing Analysis and Research
: Below are the descriptions of rent control and rent stabilization, followed by descriptions of
: non-rent control and rent stabilization categories covered in the 1991, 1993, 1996, and 1999
: cool site tenant.net staff: thank you..
Thanks for the URL: some links don't yet work and many charts aren't listed. will check back later...
This page contains a good brief description of rent control, rent stab, etc., more tax programs than just J-51, and why the apt might be stabilized even if the building has less than 6 units.
But also verrrrry interesting is the definition of "Other' for these surveys: 'Other' rent is almost the same as stab or controlled, which I found curious. the reports implied 'Other' was FreeMarket. Nope: it contains both the most expensive and the least expensive apts in the city, that's why the median is so close to regulated apts.
What is that quote about "..statistics and other damn lies..."
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