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Habitat Magazine October 2020 free digital issue

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A Simple New Tool for Calculating Carbon Emissions

Written by Bill Morris on July 23, 2020

New York City

Here’s the first step toward compliance with the Climate Mobilization Act.

Unmasked revelers lead governor to threaten new shutdowns.

Tax revenue from real-estate transactions has begun to rebound.

Here’s How Co-ops and Condos Can Cut Their Energy Bill

Written by Alexander Zafran on July 15, 2020

New York City

Energy is not a fixed cost if boards are willing to shop for bargains.

Rent-to-own programs gaining popularity as the city battles the pandemic.

Stringent riders to alteration agreements are common as crews re-enter buildings.

Co-op and condo boards are looking for ways to cover income shortfalls.

Habitat wishes our readers a happy – and safe – Independence Day.

Are Management Fees Due for a Day of Reckoning?

Written by Kathryn Farrell on July 02, 2020

New York City

Workloads are up and ancillary fees are down. Something has to give.

Here’s what boards need to know while in-person meetings are banned.

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