New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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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.

Three Keys to a Successful Hybrid Annual Meeting

Written by Bill Morris on August 25, 2022

New York City

Most co-op boards have gone to virtual meetings, but there are holdouts.

Co-op and condo boards face major hurdles as fines for carbon emissions draw closer.

Many co-op and condo boards are still operating under a misconception.

Clearing Up Confusion Over the Climate Mobilization Act

Written by William D. McCracken on August 16, 2022

New York City

Co-op and condo boards need to face reality and get busy right now.

Co-ops and landlords fear that residents’ safety will be compromised.

Cutting-edge technology cuts down on the cost of leak detection.

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