What Rent Control Means for Residents With Pets

It seems that most owners will either waive their no-pets policy or go fully in the opposite direction and ban pets under all circumstances, according to Adam Frisch of Lee & Associates.

The Recipe for a Quality Residential Broker

The high-quality residential broker possesses a near-perfect combination of skills and personality, says Lee & Associates’ Adam Frisch.

Property Owner’s Guide to Apartment Renovations

The key to effective alterations is distinguishing between cosmetic changes and essential improvements, says Adam Frisch of Lee & Associates Residential NYC.

Social Media in the Multifamily World

It’s a strategic and essential tool for brokers today but only when used wisely. Here are some tips for mastering the various channels out there.

What Amazon’s NYC Snub Means for Multifamily

There is often a panic in cities when a company relocates because residents think it will drive up both commercial and residential rents. Just the opposite can be true, according to Lee & Associates’ Adam Frisch.

Do’s and Don’ts of Roommate Shares for Property Managers

These living arrangements generate higher rents for the same space, but they should not be implemented without careful consideration.

Savvy Strategies for Security Deposits

Insights on navigating the complex financial and legal aspects of the vital instruments.

Less Is More for Apartment Brokers

Prospective buyers and renters are turned off by agents who speak too much or push too hard.

Screening Possible Renters: How to Find Only the Best for Your Building

It’s quite common for the management teams in massive buildings to readily accept anyone with decent financial qualifications. But there are additional things you should be looking for.

Leasing & Property Management Synergy

By running buildings on autopilot, management teams miss opportunities to provide better services to their residents as well as to collect additional income.