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Habitat Magazine Business of Management 2021

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What “Transparency” Really Means in Co-ops and Condos

Written by William D. McCracken on August 17, 2021

New York City

There’s frequently a subtext when people call for more openness.

New U.N. report says no time for delay on action to slow climate change.

State Sen. Liz Krueger is pushing to equalize treatment of co-ops and condos.

Co-op and condo boards are getting on board with a new service called Avo.

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.

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