Foreign Buyers Return to New York Market
After 2020 Freeze, Prices & Interest Are Going Up
As the value of real estate in New York City has soared - and for the most part been seemingly immune to market trends t…
The Bidding Process
Finding the Best People at the Best Price
One truism of home ownership is that there is always something that needs to be fixed or upgraded. That’s true in condo …
As Costs Rise, So Do Carrying Charges
Monthly Fees for Co-ops & Condos Up All Over the U.S.
The Community Associations Institute (CAI) estimates that 74 million Americans live in communities managed by homeowners…
Protecting Board Members from Claims
A Look at Liability & Insurance Coverage
In the wake of a tragedy of the size and scope of the recent building collapse in Surfside, Florida, many board members …
CooperatorEvents Expo New York Returns - In Person - to a NEW LOCATION!
The Must-Attend Event is Back - at the Javits Center!
On Thursday, October 28, 2021, board members, managers, building owners, and co-op and condo residents from around t…
When Enough is Too Much
Noise is an acknowledged part of urban life - particularly apartment living. Some of it - traffic, garbage collection, …
Building Better in Surfside’s Wake
Out of Tragedy Comes Reform
The tragic partial collapse and subsequent demolition of the Champlain Towers South Condominium in Surfside, Florida thi…
Adjacent Construction Risk Management
The Building (or Demolition) Next Door
Cities reshape and reinvent themselves regularly and organically. Old buildings become obsolete for a variety of reasons…
Warmer Days Ahead
Though 'winter' in these days of shifting, warming climate tends to involve more chilly rain and slush than the snowdrif…
IREM Announces Diversity & Inclusion Succession Initiative Leaders
Program Fosters Leadership & Recognition of Underrepresented Groups
32BJ SEIU President Issues Statement on Pandemic & Police Brutality
"Our Members Find Themselves in Double Jeopardy"
The Luxury - and Value - of Floral Arrangements