The Burning Solar Question: Lease or Buy?

Written by Paula Chin on February 28, 2017

New York City

Options abound for financing solar panels in co-ops and condos.

What makes a successful board president? And how much is access to your building worth?

New ad campaign urges New Yorkers to “say something” about illegal sublets.

Here’s How to Bring Solar Costs Down to Earth

Written by Paula Chin on February 21, 2017

New York City

Incentives and tax credits can cut upfront costs by 80 percent.

How do you know when it's time to dissolve your co-op? And how do you deal with an uncooperative cooperator?

All New Yorkers are not swimming in money.

Appeals court affirms that mayor’s plan has “no rational basis.”

Hammering Out an Access Agreement With Developers

Written by Frank Lovece on February 17, 2017

New York City

Courts rule that boards are entitled to fees from the developer next door.

Luxury developer offers to pay the taxes if you buy right now.

Urban Green Council offers new comparative data on energy and water use.

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