New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

Habitat Magazine Business of Management 2021

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NEW YORK STATE

Two new bills carve co-ops out of law designed to protect renters.

Advocates worry that a bedrock co-op board power is in jeopardy.

A co-op tax increase was scuttled; so was a workaround for carbon emission caps.

Proof of vaccination could help monitor visitors, contractors and amenity users.

Property managers are scrambling to get at-risk workers vaccinated.

To the dismay of co-op and condo boards, the tax looks likely to pass.

New state program pays up to 100% of infrastructure and installation costs.

A "body blow" tax deduction cap would be eliminated by two new bills in Congress.

This Case Went to the Dogs, Then to Court

Written by Dale J. Degenshein on November 06, 2020

Fishkill, New York State

Court muzzles a condo board's power to fine owners of unruly dogs.

Bill Seeks to End Prepayment Penalties in Underlying Mortgages

Written by Marianne Schaefer on August 20, 2020

New York State

Opinions differ on potential benefits for housing cooperatives.

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