New York City Real Estate Administrative Hearings Lawyer
Rent-Stabilized Apartment Attorneys With DHCR Experience
The DHCR (Division of Housing and Community Renewal) in New York state offers concurrent jurisdiction with the courts in some disputes over rent stabilization and rent control.
If you are a tenant or landlord called to appear before DHCR, your interests should be represented by a lawyer who is highly familiar with administrative proceedings and what they can mean to you. DHCR can be called upon to decide a rent overcharge complaint, the rent regulatory status of an apartment – are you rent controlled, rent stabilized or free market? – and whether a landlord can raise your rent after performing a major improvement to the building.
DHCR is a very busy administrative agency that is difficult for a lay person to traverse. You should contact the New York real estate litigation lawyers of The Price Law Firm.
With a track record of success on behalf of both landlords and tenants in DHRC hearings, we appear alongside you before other agencies like the New York City Loft Board, Department of Buildings, Department of Housing Preservation and Development, the Environmental Control Board and many others.
For DHCR law strategies that work for you and your family, call our full-service real estate law offices at (212) 675-1125.
We have the professionalism, experience and reputation for results that make a difference.
DHCR Hearing Types
We protect your rights in administrative proceedings in legal matters such as:
- Rent overcharges
- Rent stabilization
- Rent regulation
- Demolition notices
- Service complaints
- Capital improvement applications
- Administrative determination filings
- Luxury decontrol proceedings
When the results really matter, you should call the The Price Law Firm for help at (212) 675-1125. You can depend on our experienced attorneys to deliver knowledgeable legal services for your New York real estate administrative proceedings.
We serve clients in New York City (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx) and on Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk Counties).