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Americans replace foreign buyers of New York condos.

Buyers have to act in good faith throughout the admissions process.

It’s Time to Educate Employees on Sexual Harassment

Written by Bill Morris on February 19, 2019

New York City

New city and state laws require training for co-op and condo staffs.

Some Trusts Are Welcome, Others Less So

Written by Ann Farmer on February 18, 2019

New York City

Fractional ownership of an apartment is still frowned on by boards.

End-run on mortgage giants mirrors end-run on border wall.

Mediation Is One Way to Avoid Litigation

Written by Paula Chin on February 15, 2019

New York City

Co-op and condo boards can resolve disputes without going to court.

Parking Garage Inspections Are Coming

Written by Marianne Schaefer on February 13, 2019

New York City

City working out new rules that will mandate inspections and repairs.

Tax software demands more current mortgage info than the IRS.

Extension of deadline due to “technical issues” is about to expire.

Who Should Run for the Co-op Board?

Written by Michele Cardella on February 08, 2019

New York City

Some people – the empathetic ones – are better suited for board service than others.

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