The Tip-O-Meter helps answer a question that vexes many New Yorkers.

This Is Why Buildings Need Constant Inspecting

Written by Bill Morris on December 08, 2017

New York City

New tool helps track “frost jacking,” a cause of cracks – and leaks – in facades.

American Kennel Club certification promises a peaceable pooch. 

Another good reason for banning illegal sublets: they can get expensive.

Putting Teeth in a Non-Disclosure Agreement

Written by Bill Morris on November 30, 2017

New York City

Though limited, boards do have power to protect confidentiality.

How to Keep Your Building From Becoming a Hotel

Written by Karol S. Robinson on November 28, 2017

New York City

There are steps boards can take to prevent illegal short-term rentals.

As new construction continues to boom, shareholders seek relief. Tough.

If Repair Clauses Don’t Match, Mind the Gap

Written by Jeff Reich on November 24, 2017

New York City

Lease language must be comprehensive and consistent.

Do You Know Where Your Electronic Records Are?

Written by Ron Egatz on November 22, 2017

New York City

As co-ops and condos sign up, cyber insurance has become a $1 billion industry.

The Right to Review Co-op and Condo Documents Keeps Growing

Written by Steven Troup on November 17, 2017

New York City

Court cases expand the rights of shareholders and unit-owners who act in good faith.

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