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Specialty # of Agencies
Single House or Condo 9
Apartment Buildings 18
Home Owners Association 15
Total Local Companies 24

The average rent for a 3 bedroom house in New York, NY is $2,056.00. When you receive your requested free market assessment, compare the average rent to what a property manager expects your property to rent for before making your decision on which manager to hire.

New York, NY Rental Market Overview

40% of New York State Residents live in the NYC Metropolitan Area
There is only one vastly significant rental market noteworthy enough to make the Marcus & Millichap National Apartment Report (NAR) in 2013, but New York, NY placed first out of all of the other 43 markets recorded in the index. That's not to say that there isn't an apartment market in Albany, Buffalo or Rochester, but when your state has the most populous city in the nation and 40% of the residents in your state live in that city, it's tough to show comparable revenue numbers on a chart. Strong job growth in technology and science combined with amazingly low 1.9% vacancy rate contributed to NYC's top placing in the 2013 NAR. The addition of 9,000 new apartment units should keep the vacancy rate at or near the same percentage in 2014. Historically Buffalo has enjoyed job growth in health care and education, but the city's current unemployment rate hovers just under 8% and net migration lost 2,000 inhabitants in 2012 according to Forbes. The business magazine ranked Rochester at #45 on their list of The Best Places for Business and Careers, five places ahead of NYC. Like Buffalo, Rochester's current job growth is centered on education (The University of Rochester and the Rochester Institute of Technology) so the medical and technological sectors do better here than other occupations. Net migration in Rochester was -2,510, but keep in mind that all NY towns and cities listed on the Forbes list lost population in 2012, with NYC losing the most (over 16,000) and Utica, NY (#193 on list) shedding only 250 inhabitants.

Discover New Rental Opportunities
While the obvious strategy of following the money might seem like the easiest option for investing in New York State, the 2013 NAR also pointed out that areas outside Manhattan (Northern New Jersey ranked 8 out of 44 on their index) appeal to renters who work in the city but don't want to pay the breathtaking cost of living for a brief commute. Distressed properties on Long Island or in and around the Hudson Valley could offer excellent investment entry points for savvy independent investors. That's why many small landlords consult with a New York property manager before considering substantial changes to their property portfolios. Most New York property management companies employ real estate professionals who work with a range of local landlords and have firsthand knowledge of anticipated opportunities in their market. Take a moment to review the property management profiles listed here and then request your free information.

Top Single Family Managers

110 Greene Street , Suite 805
New York, NY 10012

Managing: Single-Family : Multi-Family : Association : Commercial
We handle Property and Building Management, Individual Condo and Co-op Unit Apartment Management in New York City

1105 154th Street.
Whitestone, NY 11357

Managing: Single-Family : Multi-Family : Commercial
Why Go Anywhere Else?

44 Court Street, Suite 1217
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Managing: Single-Family : Multi-Family :
WE MANAGE PROPERTIES LIKE WE LIVE THERE! Responsive, top tier services for building owners/developers and their residents.

Top Multi-Family Managers

513 East 13th Street
New York City, NY 10009

Managing: Multi-Family : Association :
FREE month of Property Management Services- contact us for details!Your Fortress- Our Strength!

3605 Sedgwick Avenue
Bronx, NY 10463

Managing: Multi-Family : Association :
Midas Property Management is a full service management company with more than 25 years of experience

67..50 Thornton Place
Forest Hills, NY 11375

Managing: Multi-Family : Association :
Personalized Service for Over 50 Years

Top Association Managers

45-18 court square suite 409
Long Island City, NY 11101

Managing: Association :
We Put a Team of Experts Behind Every Property We Represent

513 East 13th Street
New York City, NY 10009

Managing: Multi-Family : Association :
FREE month of Property Management Services- contact us for details!Your Fortress- Our Strength!

67..50 Thornton Place
Forest Hills, NY 11375

Managing: Multi-Family : Association :
Personalized Service for Over 50 Years

Additional New York, NY Property Management Companies

Rose Hill Asset Management , 696 East 187th Street
Bronx, NY 10458

Managing: Multi-Family : Association : Commercial
RHAMCO - Our strength lies in the diversity of services offered!

872 Madison Avenue Suite 2A
New York City, NY 10021

Managing: Single-Family : Multi-Family : Commercial
Rialto has been managing single coop/condo units since 2001. We look forward to speaking with you about your property.

Nationwide, US

Managing: Single-Family :
Find the best professional Manager for your second home.

457 Washington St, 2nd Floor
NEW YORK, NY 10013

Managing: Multi-Family : Association :
Boutique management for elite residential buildings in New York City.

1 Marine Plaza; Suite 304
North Bergen, NJ 07047

Managing: Commercial
We can save you TIME and MONEY!

800 S. Gay Street , Suite 700
Knoxville, TN 37929

Managing: Association :
We offer REMOTE and VIRTUAL accounting services to Community Associations.

998 Old Country Road, #C303
Plainview, NY 11803

Managing: Multi-Family : Commercial
We have over 25 years experience in the management, ownership and interior construction of apartment buildings.

272 Malcolm X Blvd.
New York, NY 10027

Managing: Multi-Family : Association :
Specializing in Harlem and Upper Manhattan condo's co-ops, multi-family rental buildings and townhouses Proactive & local

225 West 35th Street, Suite 1500
New York, NY 10001

Managing: Single-Family : Multi-Family : Association : Commercial
Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance.

900 Broadway Fl. 4
New York, NY 10003

Managing: Association :
"Modern Management for the Modern World."


Q2 2015 Rental Ranking Report

New York, one of the world's most recognized cities, has long been a place where dreams come true. And although the cost of living in New York is indisputably high, it continues to entice people from every background and walk of life. With the best Walk Score of any city in the United States, all the excellent amenities, nightlife, dining and entertainment that big cities have to offer and a surprising amount of green space, New York isn't just a city - it's a place people are proud to call home.

The population of New York rests around eight and a half million people. This figure is anything but static, and there were years in decades long past where more people were leaving the city than moving into it. Even in periods of population decline, however, vacancy rates for New York rentals were tiny. The current vacancy rate across all five of New York's boroughs is just 3.10 percent, the second lowest vacancy rate in the country, and it will likely drop even further as New York's population continues to increase.

In the 1970s, renters accounted for well over 70 percent of New York's population. While that figure has declined over the past few decades, the proportion of renters remains well over 60 percent. The ratio of New York renters to homeowners is roughly opposite that of most other American cities.

While the New York housing market has had better decades than others, like the city itself, one thing is certain about its rental market: New York rental properties will always yield excellent returns.

Q2 2015 New York Rental Market Update

In Q2 2015, New York was the ninth-best Northeastern housing market to own rental properties in and 55th-best in the country as a whole. Since Q1 2015, New York dropped six spots in the Rental Ranking Report's regional rankings for the Northeastern U.S. and 21 spots in the national rankings.

Everyone in the world knows that New York is a highly desirable place to live and, accordingly, it has extremely expensive housing. This doesn't necessarily mean it's a great market for rental property investment, however. The average capitalization rate, a statistic that compares annual rents and property values that is commonly used by investors to gauge the attractiveness of rental properties, was a modest 6.58 percent for New York rental real estate in Q2 2015. While hardly horrible, New York's "cap rate" is smaller than the cap rates of most other major U.S. metropolitan areas, including other Empire State markets like Syracuse and Poughkeepsie that have considerably lower property values.

New York also suffered in Q2 2015 from negative rental price appreciation; New York rents declined by -0.18 percent, on average, during that period (compared to the national average rental price appreciation of 4.98 percent). This rental price decline is, of course, hardly tantalizing to any current or prospective New York rental property owners.

Regardless, New York rental real estate can still be a lucrative investment. The New York vacancy rate in Q2 2015 of 4.50 percent was quite low (33 percent less than the national average), as one would expect to be the case in the Big Apple. New York's modest annual job growth rate of 1.66 percent in Q2 2015 was respectable (albeit approximately 20 percent below the national average during that period), especially for a metropolitan area of its size. Taken together, these statistics indicate that demand for New York housing is unlikely to drop anytime soon.

Q1 2015 New York Rental Market Update

The Q1 2015 Rental Ranking Report found New York to be the third best market in the Northeastern U.S. and 34th-best in the country as a whole. By far the best part about the current state of New York's housing market is its exceedingly low vacancy rate of 3.10 percent, which was second best in the country last quarter and 130 percent lower than the national average. Another was its projected shortage of housing inventory over the coming year of almost 75,000 units, a shortage so great we ranked New York third on our Future Rental Availability Index.

Comparatively speaking, New York lags in a number of other metrics. It experienced modest year-over-year property value appreciation of just 3.46 percent, several percentage points lower than the national average (although nothing to snub at given how sky high property values were to begin with). The median age of its housing inventory is 100 days, an entire month longer than the national average. New York's year-over-year rent variance and rental cap rate are nothing to snub at but are slightly below their respective national averages.

What data is this Rental Ranking Report based on?

To calculate the statistics found in the Q2 2015 Rental Ranking Report, All Property Management gathered data, including the most recent government housing and jobs data, for 75 metros across the United States. Specifically, we looked at home vacancy, capitalization, home value appreciation and job growth rates, changes in rental prices, and the median number of days properties have been on the market to determine which U.S. metros will give investors the highest returns on rental investments. Click here to learn more about the Rental Ranking metrics.

Should I invest in New York rental property?

Just like New York is known as "The City That Never Sleeps," the New York rental market should be known as "The Rental Market That Never Yields Poor Returns." It's unlikely that investing in New York rental real estate will ever be a bad bet.

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