To pass your co-op board interview, read this first | 2012
By Lucy Cohen Blatter |December 27, 2012 - 12:05PM
Your offer on that co-op has been accepted. Now comes the scary part: The board interview. This week's SurvivalList--a thematic curation of Brick's best posts--focuses on what you need to know to navigate this rite of (co-op) passage.
First off, some good news: Most co-op board rejections happen long before the board interview (based on your application alone and usually related to finances), so things are looking good if you've got an interview date scheduled.
Of course, if for some reason you want to fail your board interview--perhaps you are suffering the pangs of buyer's remorse, and want your contract deposit back?--try these somewhat tongue-in-cheek suggestions for throwing an interview (which might also help you figure out how not to fail it).
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