CNYC’s 35th ANNUAL HOUSING CONFERENCE & EXPO

Sunday, NOVEMBER 15, 2015 8:00 am – 5:15 PM Baruch College — Newman Vertical Campus 55 Lexington Avenue at East 24th Street [ Register Online ] – [ Download the Brochure (PDF) ] CNYC’s HOUSING CONFERENCE is the premier educational experience for home owners in New York housing cooperatives and condominiums and the...

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MAYORAL CANDIDATES DISCUSS CO-OP/ CONDO ISSUES WITH JOURNALIST MYRON KANDEL

FNYHC joined with the Action Committee for Reasonable Real Estate Taxes, the Association of Riverdale Cooperatives, the Coordinating Council of Cooperatives, the Council of New York Cooperatives and Condominiums and the Urban Homesteading Assistance Board to invite all candidates for Mayor of the City of New York to be interviewed...

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ABATEMENT ADJUSTMENTS ARE IN JULY TAX BILLS; CORRECTIONS CAN STILL BE MADE DURING THE SUMMER

FNYHC has been advised by the Department of Finance that property tax bills for July 1st payment have gone into the mail today, Monday, June 10th. In addition to billing for taxes due for the first quarter of Fiscal 2013/2014, these bills include retroactive adjustment to property taxes collected during Fiscal 2012/2013 from...

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Department of Finance Extends
Deadline for Forms to April 12th

Please make sure that any owners who received letters from the Department of Finance asking if their unit is their primary residence to complete and return the form on the second page of that letter. Each form is bar coded so that the information provided can be quickly entered into City records for accurate distribution of...

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Co-op and Condo Abatement: City Council Letter to Finance Commissioner

On March 11, 2013, City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn, along with Finance Committee Chair Domenic M. Recchia, Jr. and Council Member Mark Weprin, sent a letter to NYC Department of Finance Commissioner David M. Frankel stating that they were “surprised and dismayed to learn that School Tax Relief Program (STaR) recipients...

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RELIEF SOUGHT FOR COOPERATIVES & CONDOMINIUMS AFFECTED BY TROPICAL STORM SANDY

March 1st is the deadline for applications for FEMA grants to repair homes devastated by tropical storm Sandy. Even though FEMA is not processing grants for cooperative corporations and condominium associations to repair buildings and grounds affected by the storm, it is suggested that applications be made prior to the deadline....

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