Written by Lisa Prevost on October 26, 2020
Want to refinance your co-op's mortgage? Get your ducks in a row.
April 29, 2015
According to a report released early this week by CityRealty, the average price of new development units in buildings such as One57 is expected to reach a record $5.9 million this year. Those "slumming it" in a regular old existing Manhattan condo can expect to pay closer to $2.7 million this year. That said, far fewer units are being built now than were build during the development boom of the mid-2000s; therefore, the number of closed sales is expected to increase more modestly than their prices.
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Written by Ann Farmer on October 23, 2020
Lease renegotiations are just one strategy for co-op and condo boards.
Written by Alex Zafran on October 22, 2020
By Oct. 31, boards must post their building’s letter grades for the first time.
Written by William D. McCracken on October 20, 2020
Boards need to use every tool in the box during the pandemic.
October 16, 2020
HUD claims Long Island condo discriminated against disabled resident.
Written by Kathryn Farrell on October 15, 2020
Some are banning trick-or-treating while others are cutting back festivities.
October 13, 2020
Some co-op and condo boards are balking at paying required expenses.
October 06, 2020
The Climate Mobilization Act puts city on top of the green wave.
Written by Lisa Prevost on October 05, 2020
There’s a catch: lower rates come with greater scrutiny.
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