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Are bad or nonexistent photos a deal breaker?

Brick Underground // Jun 26, 2019

Sometimes an owner may want an apartment listing to go up right away, in spite of poor or non-existent photos, to fulfill legal requirements that they are marketing the unit. John Harrison, a broker with CORE, says he tries to talk landlords out of doing this but sometimes they are “less concerned about first impressions but more keen to protect themselves legally.”

New Yorkers may even see more rushed listings as a result of the recent rule change that requires a landlord to make every effort to re-rent an apartment if a tenant breaks the lease, rather than relying on suing the tenant for all the unpaid rent.

 

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Original Article: Brick Underground