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New York City is a city made for renters. More than two-thirds of households in NYC rent and more people live in apartments in New York than in any other U.S. state. So, if you’re looking to rent in New York, you’re in good company.
The process of finding studio can be daunting.
We love New York City as much as you do and know the challenges of renting and that's why June Homes is here to simplify this process for you. We can walk you through the NYC rental process and help you find an entire apartment or a bedroom, and you will not need to look for roommates, we will take over this process for you so that you can enjoy a hassle free stay and explore what New York City has to offer you.
Renting a studio apartment can often be cheaper compared to renting a larger apartment with multiple bedrooms. Studio apartments are typically smaller in size and offer fewer amenities compared to larger units, which is reflected in their lower rental costs. However, rental prices can vary greatly depending on the location within New York City, the specific building, and the amenities offered.
Yes, two people can live in a studio apartment, but it might be a bit more challenging in terms of space and privacy. Studio apartments are designed to be compact and efficient, usually consisting of a single open space that combines living, sleeping, and kitchen areas. While it's feasible for two people to share a studio, it's important to consider whether you both are comfortable with the limited space and the potential lack of privacy.
Living in a studio apartment can be both convenient and challenging, depending on your lifestyle and preferences. Some people find the minimalist and compact nature of a studio to be liberating and easy to manage. It encourages a more organized and clutter-free lifestyle. On the other hand, if you value a lot of space and privacy, living in a studio might feel restrictive. It requires careful organization, creative storage solutions, and the ability to share close quarters with limited separation between different living functions. It ultimately depends on your individual preferences and how well you adapt to the smaller living space.
As June Homes, we offer the opportunity to rent an apartment in New York City for as little as one month. Our mission is to streamline the rental process by providing temporary furnished, ready-to-move-in apartments. We aim to offer flexibility and convenience, even for short-term stays in New York City. Please note, specific availability can vary, and for some apartments, a minimum lease term may apply. We encourage potential renters to check our website or reach out to our sales team for detailed information.
It's possible to rent an apartment in NYC without a job, but it can be challenging. Landlords typically require proof of income that's 40-50 times the monthly rent. If you're unemployed, you might need to provide a larger security deposit, saving, prepay rent, or have a guarantor who earns 80-100 times the monthly rent and is willing to co-sign the lease.
June Homes has made moving to and within New York City as easy as possible. For your convenience, we offer rental agreements with flexible lease durations ranging from 1-18 months.