|Attention, Rent Freeze program landlords, owners, and managing agents: We have made a correction to your February 23 SCRIE and DRIE statement of account. While the balance shown on the statement that you received in the mail was correct, not all transactions for the reporting period were listed. You can view your corrected statement at www.nyc.gov/taxbill. If you have questions or need further assistance, please contact us.|
This program is for tenants with a disability who qualify to have their rent frozen at their current level and be exempt from future rent increases. The program covers legal increases in your rent by applying credits to your property tax bill. For more information you can download the SCRIE/DRIE Brochure for Tenants/Landlords.
Notification of a Tenant's DRIE Approval
Once a tenant applies and is approved for DRIE, we send a notification letter to the tenant and the owner/landlord. The letter will show:
To continue getting the DRIE benefit, the tenant must file a renewal application which will be mailed to them approximately 60 days before their DRIE benefit expires.
Refunds to Landlords/Owners for Excess DRIE Credits
Property tax credits due to DRIE are automatically applied to your current tax bill and any outstanding charges. If you have excess DRIE credits on account and would like a refund, as opposed to having the credits automatically rolled over to the next tax period, please submit a refund application or online request for a refund.
Weekly Tenant Reports for Building Owners
These reports help you check the status of an application, benefit information and any activity that has taken place relating to the DRIE benefit. You must have the Docket number to view the information.
|DRIE Tenant Report by Borough||Adobe Acrobat|
Building Owner’s Tax Abatement Credit (TAC)
There is a DRIE account for each building owner/landlord to track TAC credits and debits. You will receive a quarterly Property Tax Bill showing your credit or debit activity.
Monthly TAC Reports
|TAC Report by Borough (Current Calendar Year)
TAC Adjustment Process
If you believe the Tax Abatement Credit (TAC) is incorrect, you may submit the TAC Adjustment Application. Please make sure to provide proof with the application.
The Appeal Process
If you think your tenant is receiving benefits to which they are not entitled, please contact DRIE as soon as possible, explaining why you believe the tenant does not qualify for DRIE. You can submit an Appeal Application or a letter explaining your concerns. Your inquiry will remain anonymous. If your tenant recently passed away or moved, please notify us immediately by submitting the DRIE Ineligibility form.
Forms and Reports