How To Sublet Your Apartment

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    How To Sublet Your Apartment

    1. Debt Blag says:

      I’ve had decent luck using Craigslist to find sublessors in other cities by asking for a couple rental referees and an employer and writing good contracts, but you’re right; in NY there’s so much turnover that there’s really no point in reaching too far outside of your social and professional circles.

      I’ll be curious to see how the AirBnB case plays out. Given the lack of low-price competition from hotels, you could probably clear rent by renting out your place half the time or renting out one of your two bedrooms.

      • Stefanie says:

        I hope the AirBnB thing gets resolved, I think it’s a great idea. Let’s get real, no one can afford to stay in a Manhattan hotel and everyone needs help getting their rent paid.

    2. vkool says:

      This is a good idea! I intend to do that but I am still worried about stranger living in my apartment. I will consider your solution as well as follow your advices. That will help me not wasting renting money every month.

    3. katertot says:

      Have you ever extended a sublet? I legally sublet my apartment to a friend about 6 months ago, and I want to extend it by another 6 months but can’t find anything on the department of housing’s website about how to legally extend the term.

    4. […] as he was getting more than enough per diem to cover his day to day expenses and I could sublet my apartment if I was away long enough to cover the expense of my […]

    5. […] Renting out a room is one of the easiest ways to make a lot of money with minimal effort.  Any time I leave town, even if it’s just for a month, I always try to get my room subletted so that I can cover rent, at least partially, and use that money for my travels instead.  Luckily, living in New York City, the demand for temporary housing is high, so I’ve never had much trouble finding somebody.  For more on how to go about it, check out my post How To: Sublet Your Room. […]

    6. […] Subletting. I’ve decided to sublet my apartment for the month I’m away. No rent= more trip […]

    7. […] Sublet Your Space. Heading out of town for a month or more? Consider subletting your space, saving yourself the cost of rent for the term of your sublease. As someone who has spent a great deal of time traveling for work, I’ve had at least ten subletters over the course of my years living in New York City. Check out my guide on how to sublet your apartment successfully. […]

    8. […] you’re just starting out, moving to New York City for the first time, consider subletting an apartment when you first […]

    9. […] if you have a friend or significant other to bunk with, sublet your apartment on the weekends, or when you take […]

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