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The One Step to Avoiding HPD Fines

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Posted By Tori Demshick

When we think September here at SiteCompli, we don’t think “Back to School” – we think HPD!

Who should register?
Anyone who owns a residential building with three or more units AND private residences if the owner or family do not live there. Hotels must also register as transient housing units. September 1st is just around the corner so make sure you get your HPD registration forms in! For a step-by-step on HPD registration and quicks tips on year round HPD compliance click the links below:

Have You Registered Your Property with HPD Yet? [Blog Post]

From Complaints & Violations to Registration: Why handling the HPD is important year-round [Blog Post]

What if I fail to register?
Registering with the HPD is critically important – if you do not register than you can not certify or dismiss violations. You can also receive fines ranging between $250-500 via housing court. For more information about what happens if you do follow the link below!

Failure to Register [Knowledge Center]

How do I register?
Print the online form and mail it back in with a small fee. For quick access to registration click the link below. You’re just a few steps away from being registered!

How to Register [Knowledge Center]

Need more info?
Our HPD Survival Kit and 2018 NYC Violations Companion Guide are printable and postable resources for you and your whole team to refer to:

HPD Survival Kit [Knowledge Center Resource]

2018 NYC Violations Companion Guide [Knowledge Center Resource]

Tori Demshick

When I am not working, you can find me on the boat with family and friends, or on the beach having a bonfire and bbq. I am also always playing with my new puppy!

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