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Habitat Magazine December 2020 free digital issue



New lawsuit seeks to overturn new state regulations on "marketing" costs.

Solar Power Is Booming Across New York State

Written by Adam Janos on February 08, 2018

New York State

City’s co-ops and condos face challenges – and opportunity.

New Conflict-of-Interest Law Inflicting Confusion

Written by Paula Chin on January 22, 2018

New York State

Law seeks to shine light on boards but leaves numerous gray areas.

State Senate bill allows insurers to keep charging entertainment as "fees."

There’s a New Conflict-of-Interest Law

Written by Paula Chin on January 09, 2018

New York State

State seeks to shine light on contracts awarded by co-op and condo boards.

Crackdown continues on inflated fees for real estate closings.

State Cracks Down on Phony Fees for Title Insurance

Written by Ron Egatz on October 26, 2017

New York State

New regulations seek to end long-standing system of payola.

New State Law Seeks to End Conflicts of Interest

Written by Marianne Schaefer on October 05, 2017

New York State

Annual reports on contracts will be required beginning in 2018.

New database lets you explore solar energy projects statewide.

Industry study says steps must be taken to offset closing of Indian Point nuke.

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