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Continued changes in New York's real estate market predicted

New York City's housing market is always changing. The hot new affordable borough or neighborhood often becomes out of reach financially for many New Yorkers, so they move on to another up-and-coming area.

What do you do if your neighbors are attracting pigeons?

Many condos and co-ops in New York City are adjacent to or even share buildings with businesses such as grocery stores or restaurants. Where there's food, there are often pigeons that leave droppings and build nests to start a family.

Oakland fire draws national scrutiny to illegal use of warehouses

New York City has long been known for its vibrant arts scene. Buildings and warehouses across the city are used as artists' lofts, galleries and event spaces -- sometimes illegally.

Are residents entitled to see condo/co-op board documents?

New York condominium unit owners and co-op shareholders are now going to have increased access to certain condo and co-op board documents. These include financial statements, legal documents, invoices and receipts and well as contact information of residents.

How to handle illegal subletting

In the age of online rentals, you may have a tenant that is tempted to sublet your rental property while he or she goes on an extended vacation. Or, perhaps your tenant has moved to a less expensive unit and is now using your property as a source of income.

Is New York City's diner culture dying?

Manhattan has long been known for its diners. Even people who have never lived or visited here likely know the infamous Monk's Cafe from the classic show Seinfeld. However, this year has seen the demise of a number of diners, some of them classics, that have been in business for decades.

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