Welcome to the Real Estate Roundtable! This group is made up of likeminded property owners, brokers, agents and other real estate professionals, brought together by Jaime Michelle Cain, Esq., a partner in Boylan Code’s real estate practice group, co-coalition leader of Under One Roof NY and the host of this monthly (now daily) roundtable meeting series.

This page and the members of this group are your go-to resource for all things real estate. Watch Jaime’s LIVE video sessions for up-to-the-minute information, download helpful documents, letters, and other resources, and post your burning questions for Jaime right here on this page. 

This group wouldn’t be what it is without the support and backing of New York Capital Region Apartment Association (NYCRAA) and it’s board members. Click here to learn more about NYCRAA’s membership benefits, and go here to apply. 

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#RealEstateRoundtable+ - Video 70 - This video is private. If you'd like a link contact Lisa Baumgartner.

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BOMA Rochester Zoom Recording - Jaime Cain & Austin Judkins

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32 Comments

  1. Hi Jaime-
    Generally, how would one word a death clause in a residential lease that would say how the death of a tenant is dealt with in the course of a lease?
    Thanks so much

    Reply
  2. Hi Jaime,

    I have a few questions regarding ESA’s and appreciate any feedback you can provide

    1) Does a landlord have to allow an additional occupant (non-financially responsible) to have an ESA?
    2) Can a tenant have more than one ESA? What if they are both dogs? If so, can we ask that the ESA letter specifically state they require the need for two?
    3) In regards to the new law and receiving a letter from other professionals, what qualifies as an “other professional”?
    4) Our property has pet bldgs and non-pet bldgs. Is it a reasonable accommodation to move a tenant to a pet bldg or to allow a new resident into just a pet friendly bldg? What if a pet friendly bldg is not available?
    5) Lets say an ESA letter from a doctor states that any type of animal would alleviate the disorder but the tenant is pushing for a dog (in a non-pet bldg), do we have to allow a dog or would a reasonable accommodation to only allow an indoor animal?

    Thank you for your time,
    Stephanie

    Reply

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