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The Department of Finance Is Making House Calls

Written by Marianne Schaefer on June 26, 2019

Bayside, Queens

Queens co-op secures tax breaks through in-house service.

After a Disaster, Go With a Pro You Can Trust

Written by Bendix Anderson on June 19, 2019

Rockaway Beach, Queens

Address mold and hazardous materials immediately after a fire or flood.

Low-Rise Co-ops Versus High-Rise Development

Written by Bendix Anderson on June 13, 2019

Douglaston, Queens

Bucolic Queens co-ops fight to protect their quality of life.

An oil leak at a Queens co-op dragged on for seven years.

Service on the North Shore Towers co-op board is just part of her story.

Co-op and condo boards can sometimes avoid paying extra for oversight.

The War Refugee Who Became a Property Manager

Written by Bill Morris on April 25, 2019

Long Island City, Queens

Anes Radoncic, born in war-torn Yugoslavia, is living the American Dream.

Will the company’s surprise pullout turn the brief boom into a bust?

Company walks away from $3 billion in incentives to build in Queens.

Mediation Can Resolve Disputes Without Litigation

Written by Paula Chin on February 04, 2019

Little Neck, Queens

A professional mediator can act as a referee when neighbors disagree.

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