Government is dragging its feet on New York storm-surge barrier.

Proposed legislation would affect closing agents as well as boards.

This time around, borrowers must prove that they're credit-worthy.

Fannie Mae set to ease debt-to-income requirement for mortgage applicants.

Emails sent from the workplace may not be protected by attorney-client privilege.

Let your fingers do the walking when you want to shut down an illegal short-term sublet.

There are ways to avoid getting bitten when tackling this controversial task.

Court ruling allows co-op board to evict smoker based on detailed evidence.

The Sun Can Heat Your Pool Even When the Weather Is Cool

Written by Marianne Schaefer on June 07, 2017

New York City

Solar pool-heating systems pay for themselves in five years or less.

Do New York Co-ops Need an Admissions Clock?

Written by Lisa Prevost on June 06, 2017

New York City

Pending city and state legislation would give boards 45 days to accept or reject buyers.

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