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Works orders and more will be integrated with current accounting system.

Pied-a-terre tax gains new momentum in Democrat-controlled Legislature.

Supers, managers and board members can pitch in to save 20 percent on energy costs.

Co-op Boards Are Not Quality-Control Watchdogs

Written by Victor M. Metsch on February 07, 2019

Upper East Side, Manhattan

Board not responsible for shoddy work in “luxury” apartment renovation.

Ingenious solutions cut cost of a state-of-the-art system.

State busts landlord who held all shares and charged market-rate rents.

The “experience economy” includes pricey condos on top of pricey shops.

Sometimes disaster has an ugly smell but a silver lining.

The Accountant Who Became a Property Manager

Written by Bill Morris on January 31, 2019

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Dawn Dickstein also brought co-op board experience to her second career.

High end sales are lowest since the Great Recession hit bottom.

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