New York has a tough real estate market. There are so many people living in and visiting the city, so the rental prices are generally high and the market moves at a quick pace. Landlords and management teams are very demanding, which makes it difficult to get approved as a tenant. We are here to change that and make the process as easy as possible, especially if you have never rented an apartment abroad before.
We want to make it easier for students, interns and young professionals to rent apartments, and we also want to save them as much money as possible while doing so. This has led us to creating deals with landlords all over New York. Whether you want to live in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island or even in New Jersey, we can assure you that we will find something that suits your needs. Also, almost all of our apartments are fully furnished, so you don’t have to worry about that either.
New York Next does not charge a broker fee. We work to minimize the upfront costs for you as a client, and especially for students and young professionals.
When you rent through us, you do not need a guarantor. We know how difficult it is to be an international student or an out-of-state professional in NY, so we have agreements with our partnering landlords and management teams that lets you rent without a guarantor.
We understand very well that not everyone is eligible for a Social Security number. None of our partners require a Social Security number. We want to make it easier to rent an apartment in NY.
With no American bank history, it is impossible to have a credit score. Even for Americans, a sufficient credit score may be a challenge. Therefore, we do not require a credit score for any apartments.
No minimum stay. We understand that many of you need an apartment for just a couple of months. With us, you do not need to sign a lease for a year. It is up to you how long you choose to stay.
We work closely with you, and we make the process as easy as possible. If you need a quick move-in, we will help you out. We also remove a large portion of the bureaucratic application process to make the process more efficient.