Ace Your Co-Op Board Application: Reference Letters by Jane Herro

Being able to afford a co-op apartment in NYC is only a portion of the purchasing process. No matter how well qualified you are financially before and after buying in a NYC co-op, you still need to prove you are worthy! Part of the typical co-op board application process is presenting the necessary documentation to make […]

Sharing a Co-op Interview Story of an RC Client.

Co-op interviews are one of the last of many steps towards securing your purchase in a co-op building. Living cooperatively can be a wonderful experience. Not only do you share in the building’s responsibilities with your neighbors, such as the opportunity to run and possibly sit on the board, you also share the property tax […]

How to Get Involved in Your Co-op.

Many who were able to buy in Brooklyn opted for the more affordable option, the co-op. Sharing the common expenses, such as building maintenance, property taxes and occasionally utilities, keeps the monthly costs of owning much lower than other alternatives. Living in a co-op can also be a lovely communal experience and, if you are […]

Open House Tomorrow for this Kensington 2 Bedroom Co-op.

RC’s Shyda Hoque will be holding an Open House for this 2 bedroom co-op in Kensington from 6pm-7pm tomorrow. The description is below but for more details and to look at photos click here. Shyda held an open house over the weekend that got a lot of responses so this place may go quickly! A […]