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Law & Legislation
How Transparent Should Boards Be

Living in and running  a co-op or condo can be stressful. And it's understandable that both the board of an association and those to whom it serves can find themselves overwhelmed, not only with vital information pertaining to their day-to…

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Management
Resolving Conflicts

Even the most laid-back, harmonious community will periodically experience conflicts -- maybe between board members, between neighbors, or between residents and the board. Resolving these issues without litigation or lingering acrimony is k…

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Community Living
Much Too Scary

Halloween may be over, but that doesn't mean that living in a co-op or condo community can't be scary sometimes. And while multifamily real estate is rarely haunted in a truly spectral sense, eerie goings-on still take place, sending chills…

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On The Board
So You Want to Serve on the Board

New York was a city of renters until the mid-1970’s, when the trend towards  co-op and condominium ownership began.  Prior to that, most residents chose to live here because it was the Big Apple and for the anonymity it afforded.  Unlike sm…

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Board Member 101
Help Us Help You

Serving on your building or HOA's board isn't easy -- particularly if your background is short on administrative experience. In this clip, some industry pros who work with boards every day give us some insight into what they wish more board…

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Law & Legislation
Doing it the Right Way

In smaller buildings and associations, it's tempting for boards to do business and make decisions based on goodwill and a handshake -- board members may have been serving for decades, and know each other like family. Tempting or not however…

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