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The New York Co-op Bible: Everything You Need to Know About Co-ops and Condos: Getting In, Staying In, Surviving, Thriving

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A user-friendly guide to the art of buying and living in a co-op or condo

Sylvia Shapiro, a lawyer and board president of a major Manhattan apartment building, has written what will become required reading for anyone buying or selling an apartment, or curious about entering the fray of the co-op and condo market. Shapiro answers all the questions apartment dwellers are afra
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ebook, 416 pages
Published December 31st 2013 by St. Martin's Griffin (first published May 1st 2005)
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Heather
The more I read this book, the more terrified I am about buying my first home. But if information is power, I'm going in well armed. Essential reading for any NYC home buyer.
Jeanne Boyarsky
It's hard for New Yorkers to find a book about buying a co-op. Most books appeal to the broadest possible audience covering houses and condos. Maybe they will throw in a few references to co-ops. But there is more than a couple pages of differing important info that one needs to know. This book takes a different tone and targets a very specific audience - New York City co-ops. It is Manhattan centric, but that's better than ignoring NY all together.

The book is written by a lawyer and co-op presi
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Gamal Hennessy
This book provides a helpful overview for anyone looking to dive into the swamps of NYC real estate. The only issue I had with the book was it's financial and geographic focus. Most of the discussion centers around the issues facing buyers of half a million plus co-ops in Manhattan or Brooklyn. It is unclear whether buyers in other boroughs will face the same hurdles, but if anything this book will leave you over prepared.
Marissa
Relatively dry but chock full of everything you actually need to know about coops in NYC. Seriously, everything. Must buy if you are considering purchasing into a coop in NYC. Extremely helpful about what to ask, keep an eye out for, and expect in the best and worst of coops.
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