A Board Follows Its Gut Instinct and It Pays Off Big Time (NY)

When the cops finally came for Michael Richter, the board members of one Queens co-op knew they had done the right thing. Richter, owner of Charter Management, had acted as managing agent for Forest Hills South Owners, a 605-unit co-op spread across seven buildings. They fired him.   Read the article…………………


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