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Westchester County Moves to Speed Co-op Sales

Written by Rose Horowitz on December 06, 2018

Westchester County

New law stops short of requiring reasons for rejecting buyers.

Board uses "bridge" loan to fix retaining wall.

"Bridge" Loan Helps Co-op Cross Perilous Chasm

Written by Frank Lovece on October 29, 2018

Yonkers, Westchester County

Retaining wall collapse onto railroad tracks nearly derails co-op.

The. Worst. Corrosion. Ever.

Written by Marianne Schaefer on October 24, 2018

New Rochelle, Westchester County

New Rochelle co-op board is tackling a very unpleasant surprise.

The Salesman Who Became a Property Manager

Written by Bill Morris on October 25, 2018

Westchester County

Giovanni Puerta took a winding path to the job of managing co-ops and condos.

Lax Oversight Leads to a Facade Fiasco

Written by Adam Janos on October 10, 2018

Mt. Vernon, Westchester County

Co-op board learns the importance of inspecting work in progress.

Commuters have it even worse than New York City homeowners.

Longacre Gardens finances major projects without a hit on shareholders.

“If you’re not suing your municipality, you’re not doing your job.”

New bill also seeks to increase transparency and end discrimination.

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