Category: Board Operations

Board Operations Relationships on the Board
2020 April Relationships on the Board

The motivation for volunteering to be an uncompensated (and sometimes underappreciated) co-op or condo board member is usually a sense of civic duty combined with the desire to protect one’s own investment and quality of life. This means th…

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Board Operations Virtual Meetings
Virtual Meetings

Editor’s Note: During this crisis, The Cooperator family of publications will be passing along information, tips, and FAQs submitted by our network of industry professionals, including attorneys, managers, and other subject matter experts. …

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Board Operations Dealing With Coronavirus Exposure
Dealing With Coronavirus Exposure

NOTE: The following is content submitted to The Cooperator from a professional contributor, and reflects that contributor's opinions, experience, and expertise.   The coronavirus outbreak has highlighted the tension between the rights of …

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Board Operations NYC Luxury Market Takes a Dip
2020 February NYC Luxury Market Takes a Dip

After nearly a decade of expansion, New York’s luxury co-op and condominium market has taken an undeniable downturn—and it’s not a gentle slope either.  According to several prominent industry players, prices at the high end of the market h…

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Board Operations Bidding Basics
2020 February Bidding Basics

Co-op, condo, and HOA boards across the country are made up of volunteers who are committed to the governance of their community. Among their most important duties is selecting vendors to provide goods or services—everything from lawn care …

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Board Operations Managing Conflict
2020 February Managing Conflict

One of the unique aspects of life in a co-op or condo is that a building or HOA is in many ways a microcosm of the larger world outside. It can suffer from the same factionalism and partisan bickering as any political entity, only on a much…

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