If the computer’s don’t kill us, the taxes will.
The city’s Department of Finance began using a new formula along with new computational software last year to calculate taxes for the city’s vast swathes of co-operative housing stock last year. It resulted in huge new assessments for hundreds of buildings, according to The Journal, driving Read More
To have landlords team up with tenants doesn’t generally seem like a very plausible notion; as political forces, after all, the two constituencies spend much of their time opposing each other on an array of policies.
But, on Wednesday morning, Steve Spinola, president of the Real Estate Board of New York, the politically powerful Read More