Co-op adds $10 million in value by allowing shareholders to initiate home improvements.CONTINUE READING
At the German American Settlement League's Camp Siegfried on Long Island, property can no longer be sold only to people of German descent.CONTINUE READING
When a shareholder in an Aritists-in-Residence co-op swaps his artist's smock for a business suit, a lawsuit is sure to follow.CONTINUE READING
In order to qualify for a tax abatement, property managers must grapple with the added burden of determining if a condo apartment is the owner's primary residence.CONTINUE READING
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