Category: On The Board

Law & Legislation
Roommates and Boarders in Co-ops

Co-op residents are used to restrictions on who may live in their unit, for how long, and with whom. Thanks to the proprietary lease, boards have extensive power over these issues, and generally forbid practices including subletting - the m…

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Law & Legislation
Co-op Versus Nightclub

Located at 575 Park Avenue, the Beekman, a co-op that sits at the heart of one of the most exclusive, expensive and sought-after neighborhoods in the world. How expensive? Well, two-bedroom apartments in the Beekman can command $2 million a…

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Management Relations
Managing Multifamily Buildings

Whether you manage a tight-knit building with just a few units, or a sprawling development with hundreds, property management comes with unique challenges. In this clip, two industry veterans let us in on the biggest ones they face in servi…

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Management Relations
Prioritizing Tasks

Property managers wear many hats and have job descriptions covering everything from bidding out capital projects to mediating spats between neighbors -- so how do individual managers determine what needs to be done, and when? In this clip, …

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Management Relations
Manager Autonomy

Boards -- whether co-op, condo, or HOA -- hire managers to handle the administrative, operational, and social sides of what can often be a tricky field. How much leeway a manager has to get the job done depends on several different variable…

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