LandlordsNY.com offers membership, free resources
November 26, 2012 - New York City
At LandlordsNY.com landlords and property managers now have an exclusive social network for the first time. Need clarification on the newest laws and regulations? Want to bounce a question or idea off other landlords? LandlordsNY is online and available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to assist its members – and completely free. Confer with total confidentiality on any issue with a private community of colleagues and peers. One feature, “Ask the Expert,” allows landlords and managers to obtain free advice from top legal, financial and regulatory experts.
LandlordsNY has secured partnerships with leading industry experts who are available to privately answer member’s day to day operational questions at no charge. Receive an answer within 6 business hours from the following experts:
Transaction/Lease/Litigation Expert - Stein, Farkas & Schwarz, LLP
Landlord/Tenant Expert - Slochowsky & Slochowsky, LLP
Violations Expert - Jack Jaffa & Associates
Loan Officer - Meridian Capital Group
Energy Consultant - NECS, Inc
An online Vendor Directory saves valuable time when looking for a quick service bid. Rather than making several calls for references, members can find qualified vendors for every service and product they may need and see if fellow landlords have endorsed them by how many “thumbs up” are given.
The Landlord Forum encourages members to confer, vent, bounce ideas off each other with complete confidentiality and anonymity. All members are vetted to ensure they’re qualified owners or managers in New York.
Additionally, LandlordsNY provides its members with property listings, market trends and tools, a landlord calendar, tip of the day, forms and resources, up to date real estate news, a live chat, and more.
Membership is free to qualified landlords or property managers in the state of New York.
LandlordsNY.com membership is exclusive to those who own and manage properties as a business. Qualifying criteria for members are: you must be a landlord or manager of property in New York. For residential property, you must own or manage a single property that has at least six units. For commercial property, you must own or manage either 5,000+ sf of office space or retail space or 10,000+ sf of industrial warehouse space.