Teaching Customer-Care to Co-op and Condo Staffs

Written by Kaya Laterman on November 06, 2018

New York City

New generation demanding white-glove service from building staffs.

Judging If Buyers Are Fiscally Fit

Written by Frank Lovece on November 05, 2018

New York City

Co-op boards must walk a fine line when assessing potential buyers.

When Should You Take the Refi Plunge?

Written by Lisa Prevost on November 02, 2018

New York City

Co-op boards agonize over the timing of mortgage refinancing.

New condo unit-owners need to band together to address defects.

Packages Go From Headache to Terrorist Threat

Written by Bill Morris on November 01, 2018

New York City

Co-ops and condos upping vigilance in wake of mail bombs.

Who Is Best Suited to Collect Arrears?

Written by Marianne Schaefer on October 31, 2018

New York City

Different approaches to a primary fiduciary duty for all boards.

Most violations thrown out due to technical errors.

Property managers taking steps to screen suspicious packages.

There’s a “wild forest” of obstacles, but the city keeps getting greener.

City council hearing over commercial rent-control bill sparks heated debate.

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