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Co-op and condo monthly charges will rise, but lower interest rates could boost sales.

The final version of the second major rules package gives clarity on how buildings can meet regulations.

New Deadline for Parking Structure Inspections

Written by Emily Myers on December 20, 2023

New York City

The roll-out of the city’s garage inspection program has just been accelerated.

Arrears in Co-op and Condo Communities

Written by Mark Axinn, Partner, Phillips Nizer on December 28, 2023

New York City

Dealing with arrears is a common concern for co-op and condo boards.

Dealing with Marijuana Complaints in NYC Co-ops and Condos

Written by Ingrid Manevitz, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw on December 21, 2023

New York City

Marijuana smoke in New York City is presenting challenges for co-op and condo buildings.

The Habitat Group wishes New York's co-op and condo community a safe and happy holiday.

Oil-burning buildings have a window of opportunity that closes on New Year's Day.

Environmentalists are divided on whether new rules are too lenient for building owners.

Avoiding Discrimination Claims in the Co-op Approval Process

Written by Daniel Finger, Partner, Finger & Finger on December 14, 2023

New York City

Boards need to be prepared for claims of discrimination at any point when rejecting purchasers.

In a reversal, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac move to make lending more transparent.

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