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The Trump brand has proven a drag on values for Manhattan condos.

Co-op and condo boards are urged to get busy complying with Local Law 126.

Condo sellers are finding that auctions are not just for art and antiques.

Co-op shareholders and condo unit-owners have options when their building is too chill.

Commercial tenant's failure to pay common charges leads to a lawsuit.

Lawsuit is a copycat of a recent Missouri suit that awarded $1.7 billion to homesellers

Co-op boards can evict a shareholder who continues to flout the law.

Tribeca Green is being converted from a luxury rental to a co-op. Yes, a co-op.

A reversal of the traditional pecking order as the apartment prices stabilize.

When shareholders are unhappy with management, the co-op board needs to act.

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