50 Cent's un-sellable Connecticut mansion, co-op and condo board malfeasance, more

By Nathan Tempey  | January 26, 2018 - 11:00AM

What can apartment owners do when they think their board is mismanaging their building? Unfortunately, the options are fairly limited (New York Times)

Flushing homeowners are upset about a house in the neighborhood that has been blighted for years (CBS2)

A proposed law in Westchester County would require co-op boards to explain rejections to prospective buyers in writing, in an effort to tamp down discrimination (lohud)

50 Cent's Connecticut mansion, which he bought from Mike Tyson and has been trying to sell for years, will be featured on the TV show "Million Dollar Listing" (Page Six)

Why using personal email accounts for co-op board business is a bad idea (Habitat)

Renters got discounts on the asking rent for new leases more often than they have in nearly a decade, according to a report (Curbed)

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