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Habitat Magazine Business of Management 2021

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Low Rents Driving Investors Away From Condos

Written by Bill Morris on July 16, 2021

New York City

Rising sales of rental units boost owner occupancy.

Program will help boards comply with the Climate Mobilization Act.

Architect succeeds at dampening most noise from the upstairs apartment.

Co-op boards forfeit some powers when sponsors sell units.

Co-op and Condo Property Tax Rate Dips Slightly

Written by Paula Chin on July 09, 2021

New York City

Impact on final tax bills, however, is expected to be minimal.

Good News for Co-ops and Condos: Sponsors Are Selling

Written by Mark N. Axinn on July 08, 2021

New York City

Uptick in sales of sponsor apartments is boosting owner occupancy.

Gov. Cuomo’s signature means prized tax relief will live on through June 2023.

Experts say policing a mask rule for unvaccinated residents gets tricky.

The Habitat Group wishes you a safe and happy Fourth of July.

Habitat's advice columnist says boards can't bury their heads in the sand.

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