If you own a Home in Queens, then you know that there is a lot of information that you must have readily accessible for a variety of reasons. For example, maybe you need to pull your C of O, maybe you need to provide your Block and Lot number, you may need to check if you have any violations, liens, etc. The good news is that most if this information is publicly available, so we did the work for you and comiled a list of the 19 must have website links that you should bookmark as a Queens homeowner. ENJOY!
Check the Borough-Block-Lot (BBL) or parcel number for a piece of property.
Get a copy of building floor plans.
Get information about building violations or check the status of a violation.
Get information about buying high quality prints of classic images of New York City.
Get information about buying the Department of City Planning’s Zoning Handbook.
Get information about Certificate of Occupancy and Letter of No Objection.
Get information about Con Edison worksites.
Get information or make a complaint about specific City projects.
Get information on how to challenge the approval of a construction project.
Provide a tip about graffiti or vandalism for a possible cash reward.
Information about rules and regulations for owners and renters of City apartments.
Get information about appealing land use and construction laws for a specific site or project.
Get a report from the Rent Guidelines Board on housing.
14. Property Records
Information about property ownership and records, such as deeds and mortgages. Includes online lookup in ACRIS.
15. Property Tax Map
Request for a certified copy of a tax map.
Get information about grants and low-interest renovation loans for building owners.
Get information about sidewalk violations, request a sidewalk inspection, or get a violation removed or dismissed.
Learn about buying a picture of any property in New York City.
Get information about zoning for specific properties, such as the zoning designation and the type of use allowed.
Blog courtesy of George & Abigail Herrera w/the Queens Home Team at Keller Williams Realty.