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January 2012 Archives

How to Get Repairs By Suing Your Landlord #1

Housing Part or "HP" actions are great tools for tenants, shareholders and, in some cases, even condo unit owners, to obtain needed repairs in their apartments. This blog is a general introduction to this effective tool. In future blogs, I will address HP actions from the various perspectives of tenants, tenants associations, shareholders and condo unit owners.)

Due Diligence When Purchasing A Cooperative or Condominium Apartment

When I represent a client who is purchasing a co-op or condo apartment, it is important to look into the finances of the Co-operative or Condominium. A co-op or condo owner does not just own their own apartment. The owner owns a part of the cooperative or the condominium. The financial health of the cooperative or condominium has a direct effect on the apartment owner. Whether the building's mortgage is due to be re-financed or a real estate tax abatement is about to expire are factors that would have an effect on the common charges or maintenance the owner is obligated to pay.