Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP)
Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) is an association of about 4,000 responsible owners and managers of over 400,000 rent-stabilized rental property across all five boroughs in New York City. CHIP empowers property owners to provide quality, affordable housing and to build thriving communities.
CHIP members are long-term property holders who are deeply invested in the communities in which they live and work, and employ tens of thousands of New Yorkers directly and indirectly through their small businesses. CHIP envisions a New York where building owners are free to provide housing they are proud of to residents who are proud to live there.
Rent Stabilization Association of N.Y.C. (RSA)
The RSA (Rent Stabilization Association of N.Y.C., Inc.) is the largest trade association in New York City exclusively dedicated to protecting and serving the interests of the residential housing industry. The RSA represents 25,000 property owners and agents responsible for approximately one million units of housing. RSA’s members range from owners of one, small family buildings to large multi-family complexes, cooperatives and condominiums. Our broad representation has allowed us to develop a powerful base for our lobbying programs and the resources to provide a wide assortment of products and services to our members.
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