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Here’s How Condo Boards Can Collect Arrears

Written by Andrew P. Brucker on September 29, 2022

New York City

Lacking the power to evict, condo boards must use different tools.

Co-op and condo boards need to fix violations before renewing policies.

Co-op and condo budgets are facing unforeseeable pressures on all energy costs.

Wage Transparency Is Coming for Co-op and Condo Job Ads

Written by Andrew I. Bart on September 20, 2022

New York City

New law requires posting pay range, levies stiff fines for violations.

The standard in setting insurance requirements is that they must be "reasonable."

Billions earmarked for clean-energy projects, including switch to electric heat pumps.

Talking problems out in private can save time, money and headaches.

Management company error could have cost shareholder cherished tax break.

Even so, co-op and condo buyers are advised not to wait as prices will remain high.

Fannie Mae Shakes Up the Co-op and Condo Lending Game

Written by Paula Chin on September 08, 2022

New York City

Florida condo collapse triggers tighter rules on repairs and reserves.

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