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Boards need to follow rigid protocols to protect sensitive information.

After last year's exodus to the suburbs, buyers are returning to the city.

Boards can’t use it to pay for capital projects or deferred maintenance.

Current system of assessing value favors high-end co-ops and condos.

Knowing what not to ask can keep a board out of legal trouble.

It’s important to keep track of additional insureds, exclusions and more.

Digital window ads are a new revenue stream amid high retail vacancies.

Florida condo collapse highlights the need to dig before buying.

A shift is under way to bend rules on everything from sublets to pets.

Low Rents Driving Investors Away From Condos

Written by Bill Morris on July 16, 2021

New York City

Rising sales of rental units boost owner occupancy.

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