A Transition Team Can Bring New Board Members Up to Speed

Written by Robert Ferrara on September 24, 2018

New York City

Like any business, co-ops and condos need to groom new officers.

Team at RAND Engineering & Architecture doesn't need clunky scaffolds.

Expertise Welcome – Up to a Point

Written by Robert A. Rissetto on September 21, 2018

New York City

Co-op and condo board members need to use their day-job expertise judiciously.

5 Things to Do Before Signing an Alteration Agreement

Written by Bill Morris on September 20, 2018

New York City

Boards protect themselves, and apartment owners should, too.

New study says housing market recovery has led to false optimism.

Co-op and condo boards need to police alteration work inside apartments.

Loose Lips Sink Ships – and Co-ops and Condos

Written by Ellen Kornfeld on September 17, 2018

New York City

Board members should direct all whispers to the property manager.

Is Brevity the Soul of (Smart) Board Meeting Minutes?

Written by Mark Levine on September 14, 2018

New York City

Co-op and condo boards open themselves to liability by recording too much.

The rich get richer and the poor get...to subsidize the rich.

Falling rents, robust retail hiring could help fill vacant commercial space.

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