Though there is more availability with rooms than apartments, they still go fast in New York. Because of this, you'll want to be as prepared as possible when an opening is available. Having your W2, pay stubs, and bank information already ready means you'll be that much more likely to get the rental space before someone else does.
Most landlords are not wild about pets in NYC, so if you have a pet you'll want to mention it up front. Pets can make getting a lease a lot harder, especially if it’s a big dog. Anything over fifty pounds can be considered a big dog, so don't think because your lab is on the small side it passes.
If your rental mentions that pets are allowed, ask specifically about your pet. Sometimes “pets allowed” means a cat or a fish, not necessarily your particular pet. You can often make the transition easier by submitting a photo of your pet, and if it is a dog, some indication as to its good behavior.
NYC space is often extremely compact, and that top floor apartment doesn't always have an elevator. It pays to take a look at the space available and make sure it is actually something you can live with before moving in.
If you are a traveler or someone who is new to the New York, let us help you find a room that suits all your needs. You'll save money, be more likely to find accommodation, and you may even find new friends in the room mates who share the apartment with you. If finding an apartment is too expensive or too difficult due to the tight market, give a room rental a try.
Our agents are standing by to assist you in finding a room that is right for your needs. In order to get started, please fill out the form below with your details so we can better assist you. Once we receive your information, an agent will contact you shortly to start the process of finding you a room to rent. For the fastest possible help, you will need to include your ID and Employment Information so we can match you to an affordable room more easily. We are looking forward to hearing from you, and hope to help you find a great room soon.
Maintaining an apartment on your own can get very expensive quickly, even if technically you're able to afford the payments. Renting out a room can be a welcome relief on your finances. We are a qualified agency who works diligently to match renters with apartment leasers who will work well together. We screen potential renters carefully, including background checks, verifying employment and work history, and much more, to make sure the rental is safe and desirable for everyone.
If you want to rent out a room to someone who is safe, friendly, and reliable, going through a quality screening is the best possible way to get a good renter. Let us help you find someone for your unique situation today.