How to Collect 2016–17 MBR Increases for Rent-Controlled Units

The Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) recently updated its website with the necessary forms you have to fill out to start the process for increasing the rents of your rent-controlled apartments during the 2016-17 maximum base rent (MBR) cycle. Once you receive the orders of eligibility, you can raise your MBRs by 9.6 percent over their 2014–15 levels. The MBR increase for this cycle is higher than the 8.3 percent increase used in 2014–15.

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