Decisions from years ago shaped the scope and limits of board powers.

Co-op and condo boards need to do the math before taking the plunge.

A Reserve Study Takes the Long (30-Year) View

Written by Seth Frumkin on July 10, 2018

New York City

This tool helps boards assess building needs – and the best way to fund them.

An Assessment Is One Way to Pay Off a Line of Credit

Written by Jeffrey P. Roude on July 09, 2018

New York City

Variable interest rates are a drawback to this popular source of funding.

Property manager foresees big savings from unmanned aircraft.

Pinpointing Leaks With an Infrared Camera

Written by Robert J. Stahl on July 03, 2018

New York City

Technology can help boards save on roof and facade repairs.

Every Board Needs a Fidelity Bond. Here’s Why

Written by Barbara Strauss on July 06, 2018

New York City

If the property manager steals, an uninsured board can get burned.

Expert sees big problems with energy-efficiency grading system.

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An architect or engineer should make sure projects follow plans.

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