New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

Habitat Magazine July/August 2020 free digital issue



A flurry of violations and stop-work orders for excessive dust.

New salvo in war over moratorium on natural-gas hookups.

After a Fire or Flood, Public Adjusters Must Act Fast

Written by Ann Farmer on November 12, 2019

New York City

Work should begin the day disaster strikes.

A Public Adjuster Can Untangle Multiple Insurance Claims

Written by Ann Farmer on November 11, 2019

New York City

Complex insurance claims might require outside expertise.

In a reversal, state will allow anonymous LLCs to purchase condos.

City Council bill hopes to combat storefront vacancies.

Maintenance hikes are painful and unpopular – and often unavoidable.

Some lawyers say a license, not a lease, is the way for boards to go.

After throwing good money after bad, a co-op board hired the right professional.

Cap on deposits presents a hurdle for marginal buyers.

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