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Individual Intake Form

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Dear New Client,

Welcome to the Cooper Square Committee!

Click here to download our Individual Intake Form.

We prefer that you print it, fill it out, and scan and email back to the staffer who directed you to this page. If you do not have access to a printer or scanner, you may do the following:

      1. Print this Word Document.
      2. Replace applicable checkboxes with an “X”.
      3. Replace the blank next to “Applicant Signature” with your typed name.
      4. E-mail it back to the CSC staffperson who directed you to this page.

Thank you.

 

Accessing archived information

For archived client information through 9/25/12:

Go to Start > Run, (or press WINDOWS+R), and enter the below path:

\Conference-b\shareddocs\Client Information\ALL.xls

Unfortunately, a direct hyperlink is not possible at this time.  Ask Daniel for assistance in creating a shortcut to this file on your desktop.

For 9/26/12 through 3/31/13, speak with Daniel, as our system is in transition.

For 4/1/13 on, click here.

 

 


For archived meeting information:

Browse to:

\Conference-bshareddocs

When you get a new meeting attendance sheet&flyer, please scan them and place in \Conference-BShareddocs. Name it “[Type] [Description] [Meeting Date in yyyy-mm-dd] N=[# attendees]“, e.g. “TA 43e1 2010-12-03 N=12

Rents Across the City

Here is the map we showcased at the 9/25 FAB festival:

Map-bubble-overlay

Many neighborhoods in NYC have a blob over them, from light to dark blue, meaning low to high average rent (across all kinds of apartments).  Hold your mouse over any of the blue blobs to view neighborhood name and average rent.  Note that some numbers are skewed because of a high prevalence of public housing (e.g. LES, Williamsburg, East Harlem).

Information is from the NYCHANIS: The New York City Housing and Neighborhood Information System, a project of the Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy, New York University School of Law. Click here to access the data.

Rent Guidelines Board Order No. 33

The following guidelines, established by the New York City Rent Guidelines Board, applies to leases commencing between October 1, 2007 through September 30, 2008.

Renewal Guidelines

  • One-year lease: 4.25%
  • Two-year lease: 7.25%

No supplemental adjustment.

Vacancy Allowance

Only as permitted by State statutory vacancy allowances:

  • One-year lease: 17%
  • Two-year lease: 17%
  • Vacancy allowance for sublets: 10%

No minimum rent.

Special Guideline For Decontrolled Units Entering Stabilization
Maximum Base Rent plus 150% plus fuel adjustment; or, the appropriate Fair Market Rent for Section 8 housing as established by HUD for the New York City PMSA adjusted for gas and electric charges, whichever is greater.