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Habitat Magazine July/August 2020 free digital issue



Locks with keys on bedroom doors are illegal.

Despite string of vicious storms, flood insurance is on the decline.

New Kind of Insurance Protects Your Solar Investment

Written by Lisa Prevost on September 01, 2017

Kew Gardens Hills, Queens

“Shortfall” coverage guarantees solar savings.

Queens co-op gets job done on time and under budget.

Bay Terrace co-ops buy the land they sit on, secure their futures.

Perseverance finally paying off for board at Georgetown Mews.

Georgetown Mews co-op board fought for years to overcome roadblocks.

A Condo Loan That Softens the Sting of Assessments

Written by Bill Morris on July 05, 2017

Rego Park, Queens

By spreading payback over years, boards can get cash in hand to do capital work.

Boosting Co-op Parking Income

Written by Paula Chin on June 19, 2017

Forest Hills, Queens

The Forest Hill co-op board in Queens takes a DIY approach and reaps a fat profit.

Father and Daughter, Keeping New Yorkers Squeaky Clean

Written by Bill Morris on May 19, 2017


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