How to Deregulate Apartment by Renting to Professional or Commercial Tenant

April 27, 2012
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If you have a vacant rent-stabilized apartment, you may be able to take advantage of a money-making opportunity. If you rent the apartment to a commercial or professional tenant who will use it solely for nonresidential purposes (for example, as a medical office), the apartment will no longer be covered by rent stabilization. In other words, you can negotiate with the professional tenant and charge whatever rent the market will allow.

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