Sane people do volunteer to serve. Here’s why.

“I Hate the Word Transparency”

Written by Theresa Racht on October 01, 2018

New York City

For this lawyer, legal obligations trump today’s hunger for openness.

Neophyte Co-op and Condo Board Members Need a Mentor

Written by Alvin Wasserman on September 28, 2018

New York City

An experienced board member or managing agent can show the way.

Tax Equity Now New York elated by judge’s ruling.

Team at RAND Engineering & Architecture doesn't need clunky scaffolds.

Co-op and condo boards need to do their homework before taking the leap.

More price chops than at the nadir of the Great Recession.

A Transition Team Can Bring New Board Members Up to Speed

Written by Robert Ferrara on September 24, 2018

New York City

Like any business, co-ops and condos need to groom new officers.

Expertise Welcome – Up to a Point

Written by Robert A. Rissetto on September 21, 2018

New York City

Co-op and condo board members need to use their day-job expertise judiciously.

5 Things to Do Before Signing an Alteration Agreement

Written by Bill Morris on September 20, 2018

New York City

Boards protect themselves, and apartment owners should, too.

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