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Gov. Cuomo asked to allow appraisers and inspectors to work during pandemic.

What co-op condo boards can expect while the city is on “pause.”

Caution Required if Co-op and Condo Boards Enlist Volunteers

Written by Erica Buckley and Ruben Ravago on March 26, 2020

New York City

Risk of injury, illness, even death are among the concerns.

Uncertainty is leading buyers to seek an escape hatch.

When Buying Into a Co-op, Better Do Your Due Diligence

Written by Dale J. Degenshein on March 24, 2020

New York City

An ancient alteration comes back to haunt the buyer of a co-op.

State allows building staffers to keep working during pandemic.

Habitat LIVE: Pandemic Best Practices

Written by Carol J. Ott on March 19, 2020

New York City

Steps co-op and condo boards should take to keep everyone safe.

Broker arranging video interview to combat spread of coronavirus.

Boards could face charges, even arrest for flouting statewide shutdown.

Paid Leave Is Being Reshaped by Coronavirus

Written by Andrew I. Bart on March 17, 2020

New York City

Co-op and condo boards may soon face new state and federal rules.

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