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Co-op & Condo Sales Are Slowing

Over the past few years, the New York City condo and co-op market has experienced something of a perfect storm. Changes to the federal tax code and COVID-19 colluded to slow down the market, even as other areas around the country were soari…

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Mid-Year Maintenance Increases?

Like baseball players, condo and co-op owners are often creatures of habit. Settled into their units, they’re used to costs rising over time, but on a regular and predictable basis.  That means once a year - usually in January - and by a co…

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Winterization

When the mercury hits 95, the last thing most people have on their mind is a major snowstorm, and how it might affect their building’s entry vestibule, lobby, and other high-traffic common areas. Be as that may, summer is actually the time …

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Hurricane Season is Here

From flood waters and property damage to power loss and spoiled food, coping with the aftermath of a powerful storm can be very troublesome for co-op and condo community board members, owners, and tenants. Therefore, during the Atlantic Hur…

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Hurricane Season is Here

From flood waters and property damage to power loss and spoiled food, coping with the aftermath of a powerful storm can be very troublesome for co-op and condo community board members, owners, and tenants. Therefore, during the Atlantic Hur…

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