An organization with a Department of Remorse? Look at the website of GiveWell.
Housing communities, it now turns out, may be “vicariously liable” for harrassment or discrimination perpetrated by their residents against one another.
Seven great ideas for increasing the value of property in housing communities have been offered by Robert Nordlund. Then, instead of stopping while ahead, he has added three more ideas that need a lot of work.
Public records of 2012–2016 litigation in Alameda County, California, involving senior housing cooperative Berkeley Town House, are available.
Compare the claims of Allied Construction Services with a picture of its actual painting work.
A mortgage broker explains why few institutions make loans to buyers of shares of housing co-ops.
Laws require governing bodies to publish agendas but may fail to define that term. One lawyer decided to get the definition from “Complete Idiot’s Guide to Parliamentary Procedure”.
California attorney Adrian Adams has published a comment calling into question whether housing cooperatives can properly exist under California law. Does his analysis hold up?