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Capital contribution fees explained

Capital contribution fees, initiation fees, new owner fees, and transfer fees - many names that all refer to the same thing. Learn more about what these fees mean for your condo or co-op.

Reserve funds best practices

With a proper reserve fund, your board will be prepared to take on anything the world throws at it… local laws, snowstorms, burst pipes, and more.

Case Study: 160 Wooster

A case study of the differences of a building after just 4 months from switching to Daisy.

How to write a sample condo or co-op board candidate statement

Thinking about becoming a board member for your co-op or condo? There are many reasons why that could be a good idea.

How can you measure your building's success? Use KPIs.

By setting KPIs you can not only effectively monitor and manage your building, but truly improve it.

"Local Law What?" A Guide to the Most Important NYC Local Laws

As a board member it's hard to keep track of all the local NYC laws. Our 2021 guide to NYC local laws makes it easier!

What is the 421a tax abatement

A thorough guide and insight on how to navigate the 421a tax abatement.

Local Law 11: Everything you need to know

Our thorough guide to NYC's Local Law 11, also known as the Facade Inspection Safety Program.

NYC Condo Co-op Tax Abatement

Everything you need to know about filing for the 2022 condo - co-op tax abatement