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Habitat Magazine Insider Guide



Talking problems out in private can save time, money and headaches.

Management company error could have cost shareholder cherished tax break.

Even so, co-op and condo buyers are advised not to wait as prices will remain high.

Fannie Mae Shakes Up the Co-op and Condo Lending Game

Written by Paula Chin on September 08, 2022

New York City

Florida condo collapse triggers tighter rules on repairs and reserves.

Conflicts of interest are sure to arise if the super is allowed to serve on the board.

Happy Labor Day!

September 05, 2022

New York City

The Habitat Group wishes our readers a safe and fun-filled end of summer.

Condo boards must follow the bylaws when chasing unpaid common charges.

Rising interest rates and cooling sales will pinch a vital source of income.

Plans calls for making tens of thousands of basement apartments safe and legal.

A decade after Hurricane Sandy, spending on coastal protections is lagging.

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