New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

Habitat Magazine Business of Management 2021



Wealthy owners of second homes would not be only ones hit by tax.

Age is no barrier to such loans, but reverse mortgages are off the table.

Commission has come out with its long-awaited proposals on tax overhaul.

In today’s soft market, the pricing sweet spot is a moving target.

As city tries to crack down, 6,000 buildings fail to file inspection reports.

Lost-Income Insurance Protects Co-ops and Condos After a Disaster

Written by Marianne Schaefer on January 30, 2020

New York City

But many co-op and condo boards are under-insured. Are you?

The Department of Buildings has issued new rules effective next month.

A Tool for Co-op Boards to Collect Arrears and Legal Fees

Written by Marc Schneider on January 28, 2020

New York City

A non-judicial foreclosure sale is a way to induce delinquents to pay up.

Falling debris came from ticketed buildings that failed to comply with law.

The probing can go all the way down to the buyer's credit-card debt.

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