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Re: lease expired, rent increase

Posted by Mark Smith on October 04, 1999 at 15:50:47:

In Reply to: month-to-month, rent increase. posted by grouchy on October 04, 1999 at 13:03:25:

You should wait until you get a renewal lease for two years, signed by the landlord, before you start paying any rent increase.

: I live in prospect heights, on the edge of crown heights, in a four unit building. Our apartment has four bedrooms.

: Our lease ran out in May, and our landlord (eventually) informed us that the rent would be raised almost 15%. Through negotiations, he offered us the option
: of a 2 year lease. we haven't signed a lease yet, and neither our landlord nor the other apartment in our building in the same situation,, seems to be all that concenterned about it.

: we did decide, however, to pay the landlord the raised rent amount. are we being ridiculous?

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