New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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Co-op and condo buyers must realize that due diligence has its limits.

Proposal would rob co-op boards of a vital tool when vetting purchasers.

Boards with non-unionized employees must raise pay or forfeit abatements.

Co-ops and condos can get rebates to pay for a cutting-edge amenity.

Merger is part of a trend among companies that serve co-ops and condos.

FBI Busts $31 Million Trip-and-Fall Insurance Scam

Written by Bill Morris on September 08, 2021

New York City

Scheme featured fake falls, unnecessary surgeries and fraudulent lawsuits.

New York City boards still wield vast power when considering purchase applications.

Remember: This is the day you're NOT supposed to work.

And that's good news for co-ops and condos that rely on a flip tax.

City Mulling New Inspection Requirements for Elevators

Written by Kathryn Farrell on September 02, 2021

New York City

For co-op and condo boards, the new rules never seem to stop coming.

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