Coronavirus in NYC – Resources for New York City Renters

The coronavirus crisis in New York City has rocked the real estate market – especially rentals, which comprise the vast majority of homes in New York City. Understandably, questions abound – what do I do if I can’t pay my rent? What if my lease is up? What should I do if I’m scheduled to move? Can I still move?

Below is a list of resources I’ve compiled to help answer some of those questions. Please keep in mind that this is an ever changing situation, so this post will be updated as new information becomes available.

What NYC Renters Need to Know During the Coronavirus Pandemic (Curbed NY)

The Pandemic Gives NYC Renters a New Imperative to Renew Their Leases (Brick Underground)

What Happens If Your Lease is Up During the Coronavirus Pandemic (Brick Underground)

Worried About Paying Rent? Read This Before Approaching Your Landlord (Brick Underground)

New York’s Coronavirus Eviction Moratorium, Explained (Curbed NY)

Signing a NYC Apartment Lease Now? Ask the Landlord to Adjust Some of the Wording (Brick UnderGround)

NYC One Shot Deal – Assistance with Unexpected, Emergency Expenses (NYC.GOV)

How to Rent an Aparment in NYC During COVID-19 (StreetEasy)