Brooklyn and NYC, at large, are never far from criticism when it comes to construction challenges and hassles. The question of what can improve the construction scene in the region is always thrown around, and the answers seem to be far and few between.
Here’s a small exercise in cognitive bias: think of a construction worker, or a property dealer, or a real estate expert. We’re one hundred percent sure that you visualized a person with the Y chromosome in a construction suit/business suit with a yellow/white hat.
2019 is a great time for rental property owners as rental prices have increased by 3.2 percent over the past year. However, as a landlord, renting to the wrong person can increase maintenance costs and disrupt your cash flow. Dealing with difficult tenants worries most landlords, which is why it’s essential to take certain steps to ensure you rent your property to the right person.
The landlord-tenant relationship is often strained and difficult to navigate due to constant disputes. These disputes are stressful for both the landlord and the tenant, severely impacting their peace of mind. The majority of disputes that occur between the two parties are largely due to a breach of obligations.