I am President of our Condo.WE have a unit owner who is a type of hoarder who has bed bugs confirmed by an exterminator we hired . He was all for it , but when he found out that he has to do :clean his place up and what this "prepping" entails he said no and got an extermnator who claimed he found no evidence on the bed (I am sure he vacuumed before the guy came). He did leave bed bug traps all over, which proves he is not all that sure that there are no bugs,. We wanted to get a third (dogs) opinion, but he refuses to allow us in anymore. There are all sorts of remedies for Tenant Landlord, but what about for a unit owner who refuses to do anything??> Join the conversation Comments (1)
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There is a tax advisory commission see https://www1.nyc.gov/site/propertytaxreform/index.page
To prepare for it, you will want to compare property tax across properties try https://tax.tidalforce.org
If you login you can search by name and search to New York City payroll and share the links with your friends. You can also search nearby and condos.
It lets you easily compare property tax bills across the years and across properties.
Abatement and exemption details are also available in a paid report section the most of the app is free.
There's even a Tax Class Change Report that shows what happens in a zip code when you change your tax class
The apartment of my upstairs neighbor is owned by very big realtor company. I complaint to them that upstairs floor is very old, so every single footstep makes very loud squeaky noises. I think it can not be solved by just covering the floor with rugs.
I complaint a lot, but they said it was building problem and 80% of coverage is the best they can do.
I checked my neighbors' apartments in this building, but no aparment unit makes these big noises. Is there any way to make the owner fix the floor?
Does anyone know if Bill A4090 has become a law?
This bill would allow shareholders to fine up to $500.00 each the managing agent or board who did not distribute heir Star exemption(s) in a timely manner or used the credits for other purpose.
I live on the first floor. My second floor neighbor lives with her mom and high schooler son, but every Friday her brother takes his son and stay on second floor until Sunday. Yes, the boy runs, jumps, and makes a lot of noises. On top of that she brings about ten people including 4, 5 kids on Saturday. They stay up to 12:30 am.
My family is in the hell for the time. It has been years. My husband and me complained to management office, they said they couldn't stop family visit.
This apartment building is very old and noisy. Is there any coop rules about noise issue from visitors?
Who is responsible for replacing, maintaining, and paying for the mailboxes in a coop? We had ours replaced by the USPS 2-1/2 years ago and the present letter carrier is struggling to re-lock them after he's delivered the mail. If they need to be changed again, do we have to pay anything? Thank you.> Join the conversation Comments (1)
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