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Why Are Most Co-op Alteration Agreements Such a Mess?

Written by William D. McCracken on October 18, 2022

New York City

Co-op boards and their lawyers should clean up unruly rules.

The cost of energy, repairs, staffs and compliance are all going up, with a boost from inflation.

Paths to cutting building carbon emissions have come into sharper focus.

Facing lost revenue, budgets need to be nimble.

New Con Edison Device Detects Gas Leaks — For Free

Written by Paula Chin on October 06, 2022

New York City

Co-op and condo boards getting a new tool to avoid gas shutdowns.

Boards must treat all shareholders equally — even those who lose a window.

Here’s How Condo Boards Can Collect Arrears

Written by Andrew P. Brucker on September 29, 2022

New York City

Lacking the power to evict, condo boards must use different tools.

Co-op and condo boards need to fix violations before renewing policies.

Co-op and condo budgets are facing unforeseeable pressures on all energy costs.

Wage Transparency Is Coming for Co-op and Condo Job Ads

Written by Andrew I. Bart on September 20, 2022

New York City

New law requires posting pay range, levies stiff fines for violations.

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