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New York City Apartment #101NY
Apartment #101NY
New York City, Brooklyn, Prospect Heights
from €1,075/week
Sleeps 6, 2 bed / 1 bath
New York City Apartment #101NYb
Apartment #101NYb
New York City, Brooklyn, Prospect Heights
from €1,195/week
Sleeps 5, 2 bed / 1 bath
New York City Apartment #149NYd
Apartment #149NYd
New York City, Manhattan, Midtown
€1,005 - €1,875 per week
Sleeps 3, studio / 1 bath
New York City Apartment #101NYc
Apartment #101NYc
New York City, Brooklyn, Prospect Heights
from €1,199/week
Sleeps 5, 2 bed / 1 bath

New York City Apartment Rentals

Renting an apartment in New York City can be a daunting task when you're not sure where to start. Once you make that initial contact, however, you'll see that there are options available to you no matter what your situation. Renting an apartment in NYC can be the experience of a lifetime.

Before you start searching New York City apartment rentals, get your credit in order. You can rest assured that most landlords, rental agencies and brokers will want report of your credit history to reassure them that you're a good prospect to pay your rent on time and to fulfill the period of your lease.

Save enough money for a security deposit. Deposits for New York City apartment rentals vary from landlord to landlord. Some may be happy with your first month's rent and an additional month as the deposit. Others may want first and last month's rent plus a deposit. Make sure you get all of the details upfront, and avoid nasty surprises when it is time to sign your lease. Be prepared to pay with a certified check if requested. Understandably, many landlords are hesitant to take a personal check from someone they've never met before.

Be upfront when you have pets. Rather than trying to sneak your pet past the landlord to avoid paying a pet deposit, be honest with prospective landlords. While some refuse to accept pets, many New York City apartment rentals are available that are pet friendly. Be prepared to pay an additional deposit and monthly fee for the privilege of housing your furry friend.

When looking for New York City apartment rentals, scour the newspaper, make use of your personal contacts or contact rental companies. Alternatively, take frequent strolls through your favorite areas of the city. You may just find the apartment of your dreams with a "for rent" sign in the window. 
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