By Nick Oza/New York Post StaffNew York City is a place of expensive rents.

It’s not just because of the rich.

It has an income tax and the city is one of the wealthiest places in the country.

New Yorkers can save a lot of money by renting in the city.

Here are a few things to consider if you are looking to rent in Manhattan: Renters are required to pay a $5,000 monthly fee if they are under the age of 60, or $15,000 if they make more than $100,000 per year.

It is important to understand that if you do not qualify, your landlord is not obligated to make any extra payments.

A $5 per month fee will allow you to save $50 on a 2-bedroom apartment, or a $30 a month fee can bring you a $300 a month rent-controlled apartment.

Renters with no income are exempt from the rent-control fees.

There are a lot more important things to think about when it comes to renting in Manhattan, like the availability of street parking, whether or not there are meters, how long the rental period will be, and what amenities are available.

Renters are not allowed to have a dog, and they cannot live in a home with two dogs.

New York City does allow dogs in apartment buildings, but it is illegal to keep them in the apartment unless the landlord is willing to take them out for walks.

The dog rules are so strict that many landlords will refuse to let a dog out unless it is surrendered.

Here is the complete list of New York State and New York city rent-regulated apartments, by state and city.