Factors Affecting Maintenance and Operating Costs in Private Rental Housing

by Karen M. Eisenstadt

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Shows how the level of expenditures needed to maintain and operate private rental housing to building code standards varies with a building's physical characteristics. This analysis of maintenance and operating expenses in 391 well-maintained pre-1947 rent-controlled buildings in New York City was undertaken as part of a larger effort to determine the level of expenditures required to keep rental housing in sound condition and provide essential tenant services. (See also R-634.)

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