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Frequently Asked Questions
Have a question?
- How do I find an affordable apartment?
- Can I get help paying my rent?
- Is the rent I’m paying legal?
- How can I get something fixed in my apartment?
- Am I entitled to a renewal lease?
Answers to these and many other questions can be found in our FAQ pages.
Rent guidelines with leases commencing between October 1, 2022 and September 30, 2023 were adopted on June 21, 2022. Guidelines for rent stabilized apartments, lofts and hotels are available in the Rent Guidelines section of our website.
You may view and download Orders and Explanatory Statements detailing the most recent as well as previously issued guidelines for apartments, lofts and hotels.
About the RGB
The NYC Rent Guidelines Board (RGB) is mandated to establish rent adjustments for the approximately one million dwelling units subject to the Rent Stabilization Law in New York City. The Board holds an annual series of public meetings and hearings to consider research from staff, and testimony from owners, tenants, advocacy groups and industry experts.
The RGB staff is responsible for providing administrative support to the Board and prepares research regarding the economic condition of the stabilized residential real estate industry including operating and maintenance costs, the cost of financing, housing supply and cost of living indices. The RGB engages in year-round research efforts, publishes its reports for use by the public, other governmental agencies and private organizations, and provides information to the public on housing questions.