Co-op and condo buyers need to heed the obvious warning signs.

Tragedy can result when boards pinch pennies on mandated repairs.

Neighbors fuming about the three-year nightmare on West 76th Street.

A co-op board filled two jobs with one perfect applicant.

Units now for sale at a jewel of the Upper West Side.

Preservationists and neighborhood activists can’t save century-old structure.

Veteran president sees board service as a blend of business, politics, and diplomacy.

Co-op board returns 1920s terra cotta to its original verdigris glory.

You CAN get good help – if you realize that size matters.

Boards must take hard and fast steps when mice set up housekeeping.

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