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Co-ops and condominiums

your rights and obligations as an owner

by Margaret C Jasper

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Published by Oceana Publications, Inc. in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y .
Written in English

  • Home ownership -- United States,
  • Condominium associations -- United States,
  • Condominiums -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 163)

    Statementby Margaret C. Jasper
    SeriesOceana"s legal almanac series
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 163 p. ;
    Number of Pages163
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17155640M
    ISBN 100379113953
    LC Control Number2005925300

    Royale Management Services, Inc. N Andrews Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL Phone: () Toll Free: () Fax: () The form requests that co-ops list the names of all officers and directors and mail it back with a check for $ It says that upon receipt of the money and the completed form, the co-op will be sent a “certificate of minutes of board of directors and shareholders” to file . As of last month, percent of rentals in Manhattan were co-ops and percent were condos, according to data provided by appraiser Jonathan Miller. In Brooklyn, co-ops made up percent of.   See the main difference between owing a Condo Vs Co-Op. Visit Us Online at We specialize in Real Estate Licensing Educat.

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Get the scoop on the 21 condos, co-ops, condops and townhomes for sale in Rye Brook, NY. Learn more about local market trends & nearby amenities at ®. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding. Contents Preface About the Author Acknowledgements Part A General Practice of Condominiums and Co-ops Chapter 1 Condominium Living Learning Objectives Key Terms Condominium ownership in a residential community Mistaken identity Is it a unit or an apartment.

Understanding the Condo Act Governing By the Book By Keith Loria Jan Law & Legislation Unlike co-ops, which are governed by the business corporation law and the common law with respect to cooperative housing corporations, condominiums are really a creature of statute.

This book discusses the appraisal of condominiums, cooperative properties (co-ops), and planned unit developments (PUDs). () View Table of Contents. This text will help real estate professionals understand the physical and legal components of condos, co-ops, and PUDs, gather and analyze relevant data, and develop well-supported value.

A housing cooperative, housing co-op, or housing company (especially in Finland), is a legal entity, usually a cooperative or a corporation, which owns real estate, consisting of one or more residential buildings; it is one type of housing g cooperatives are a distinctive form of home ownership that has many characteristics that differ from other residential arrangements such as.

The Valuation of Condominiums, Cooperatives, and PUDs examines the distinguishing ownership characteristics of condominiums, cooperatives, and planned unit developments and demonstrates how to define the local market, identify appropriate elements of comparison, and apply relevant valuation techniques.

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Roughly 75 percent of the Manhattan housing inventory is comprised of co-ops. Unlike a condo, co-ops are are owned by a corporation. This means, when you buy an apartment that is in a co-op building, you are not actually buying real property (like you would in a condo).

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Official Records – (Condos) and (Co-ops) plans, permits, warranties, declaration, articles, bylaws, rules, meeting minutes and accounting records. Quick: the first residential co-op was created in (a) BC (b) the ’s (c) the ’s (d) the 20th century.

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Before You Buy A Co-Op Or Condo of the Attorney General has promulgated regulations that govern the offer and sale of interests in cooperatives and condominiums. Sales of cooperative and condominium units are made pursuant to the terms and conditions of an offering plan.

But conversions from rentals to condos or co-ops require serveral important steps. Converting to a Condo or Co-op: Basics Frequently the first sign that a building's owner is considering a conversion is a series of improvements to the building such as new windows, new kitchens and bathrooms, redecorated common space (corridors, lobby).

The Valuation of Condominiums, Cooperatives, and PUDs will help real estate professionals understand the physical and legal components of condos, co-ops, and PUDs; gather and analyze relevant data; and develop well-supported value conclusions.

The luxury condominiums and co-ops in Manhattan, with an average listing price of million dollars and the lavish atmosphere with full-service amenities attracting the world’s most successful, raise NYC’s real estate market to new heights. To reach the top is to surpass at least 50 stories.

Cooperatives and Condominiums columnists Eva Talel and Richard Siegler discuss the significant deterrents to converting co-ops to condominiums in the hope that for these co-op buildings which. © by Seigle Solow Horne Architects. Pittsburgh / Pennsylvania. Telephone: "Of course condos "generally" cost less per month in maint/taxes.

Except of course for year eleven in a ten year tax abatement" Or, in a new development, once the sponsor sells most of its units and the owners realize the true cost of maintaining amenities (like all-night room service, three-tiered Moroccan-style roof-top club, consierge services) will be a billion $$$/month.

Major Conversion Provisions- Applies to co-ops as well as condos; doesn't apply to buildings containing less than 4 residential units-Review highlights of the law, including tenants have a period of time to purchase on terms and conditions the same or more favorable than those extended to the general public.

Protected Classes. The Council of New York Cooperatives & Condominiums (CNYC Inc.) is a not-for-profit membership organization for housing cooperatives and condominiums. Founded init serves a growing constituency through its Newsletter and website, its lobbying efforts, its meetings, workshops, and seminars, its studies of aspects of cooperative living.

Finding success in the NYC real estate business requires being creative with where and how to add value. One market that requires this skill is the bulk purchase of unsold units in condominiums and co-ops.

In essence, it’s about buying wholesale and selling. The order provides the emergency powers described in subsection (1)(a)-(j), which pertains to condominiums and co-ops, and (1)(a)-(h) for. If however, you are the seller of or a listing agent for a condo re-sale, you may have to dig around more to find the original condo plans.

If you are selling an older condo and don’t have the original condo offering plan from when you bought the property, you’ll need to ask the building’s managing agent for a copy. Often times, the managing agent will only provide paper copies of the.

- Explore jillkrause79's board "NYC LUXURY Properties- Coops, Condominiums and Townhouses" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Condominium, park avenue and Nyc pins. Those ubiquitous and picturesque mountains of black garbage bags may soon vanish from the sidewalks in front of the city’s larger co-ops and condominiums.

The Department of Sanitation (DOS) has announced two major initiatives to get filthy bags of seeping garbage out of the way of pedestrians and into on-street containers — the result of a. I have read literature that a single family house (house part excluding land) can be depreciated every year.

Can similar thing be done for a co-op or a condo. Let's. If you are a prospective buyer of a condo, co-op, or townhouse, first read “Condos, Co-ops, and Townhomes” by Mark B. Weiss. Written by a long-time real estate broker and a converter of.

The 'offering plan'- the offering plan is generally a book, that would contain all the key information that is required to be disclosed about the cooperative and the condominium. The first page will be the special risks and inside there will be copies of the contract of sale, financial statement, engineering report, description of the property.

JOSEPH SOPHER. Guest Book. 3 entries at J.I. Sopher Real Estate and headed the New Jersey operations which included the conversion of over units to. A stock cooperative is the earliest form of common interest development and is found predominantly on the East Coast of the United States.

Even so, there is an estima stock cooperative housing units in al Association of Housing Cooperatives. Kensington Gardens at Saint James is a 55+ co-op community of 90 residences that was built in Kensington Gardens at Saint James has 6 models ranging in size from 1, to 1, Sqft, all with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths.

Some models have basements and/or garages. The 3, square foot clubhouse is the place to be. Founded inSeigle Solow Horne Architects is a Pittsburgh, PA based architecture and interior design firm.

Principals Donald Solow and D. Stuart Horne and their experienced staff focus on uniquely designed high quality residences and residential interiors. Book Condominiums and Cooperatives, by C Clurman and E L Hebard, revd, illus Books: Housing.

J co‐ops and condominiums. This little guide, though expensive on .Part M sets new requirements for all rentals, including limitations on security deposits, on application fees, etc, which can be construed to apply to sublets in cooperatives and rentals in condominiums.

CNYC will work for a technical corrections amendment to clearly exempt cooperatives and condominiums in the next legislative, and PUDs can appraisers properly address the challenges presented in valuing these com-mon, but complicated, residential properties. The Valuation of Condominiums, Cooperatives, and PUDs examines the distinguishing owner-ship characteristics of condominiums, coopera-tives, and planned unit developments and.