Links and Resources

New York City

New York City Assessments  – An online form to obtain information about a property by entering the Borough Block Lot (BBL)

New York City Buildings DepartmentThe NYC Department of Buildings ensures the safe and lawful use of over a million buildings and properties by enforcing the City’s Building Code, Electrical Code, Zoning Resolution, New York State Labor Law and New York State Multiple Dwelling Law. 

New York City Department of Finance – The Department of Finance (DOF) collects more than $33.2 billion in revenue for the City and values more than one million properties worth a total market value of $988 billion. In addition, DOF also:

Records property-related documents

Administers exemption and abatement programs

Adjudicates and collects parking tickets

Maintains the city’s treasury

Participates on and provides administrative support for the NYC Banking Commission

Acts as the City’s chief civil law enforcement officer

New York City Digital Tax Map – ( from the New York City Department of Finance ) View the CURRENT official tax map showing lot lines, block and lot numbers…


Other New York Websites

The Real Estate Board of New York

Office of Real Property Services

The Real Deal New York – Considered the bible of New York City real estate, The Real Deal has become mandatory reading for everyone in the industry. Since 2003, TRD has provided up-to-the-minute industry news and in-depth reports and profiles in our 60,000-circulation monthly magazine and on TheRealDeal.com, which receives more than 1 million unique visitors per month. (View the Real Deal Feed in the sidebar of this website).

American Property Tax Counsel (APTC) is the only organization of law firms providing major portfolio owners with a single source for all their property tax reporting and tax reduction needs. Today, APTC covers the U.S. and Canada, serving clients in every category of real estate from apartments to shopping centers.

Crain’s New York BusinessCrain’s New York Business thoroughly covers NYC’s major industries, including Wall Street, media, the arts, real estate, retail, restaurants and more.

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