Dec 29, 2022
Imagine this…you live in NYC. You love living here (obviously), so much so that you shout it from the rooftops metaphorically. But then sometimes all of this love causes your friends/family/acquaintances to give you the good news that they are coming to visit, and then the sometimes not-so-good news is that they want to stay with you. It’s not that we don’t love you, but spaces can be tight, and building rules can sometimes be restrictive. Today we thought we’d talk about the tough challenges some people face with visitors and their buildings.
It’s essential to understand the rules of your building. Typically, we see this happening in co-ops where they have rules and policies concerning whether guests can stay over without you present. Most condos do not have such rules, but it might be good to let the staff know if you have someone staying over without you. Most buildings make rules like this to avoid Air BNB and protect all other owners in the building. If you’re unsure of your building's policies, it’s best to find out before having guests.
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