Establishing a Relationship With Vendors Local to Your Condo: How Associations Are Keeping It in the Neighborhood

Condominiums and cooperatives are first and foremost hubs for communal living. Residents work together on or with the boards of their associations to keep their properties functioning seamlessly day in and day out.  So then why wouldn’t this collaborative spirit extend outward to the surrounding neighborhood? Especially in New York City, there are local vendors that can cater to a denizen’s every need within a few short blocks. It may behoove an association to patronize their neighbors for condominium business in a variety of ways – from encouraging valuable enterprises to stay put in an area where rents are trending ever higher, to forging invigorating personal relationships.     Read the article…………..


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