Getting Politicians to Care About Your Building (NY)

Back in 2011, New York City’s Department of Finance released its annual property assessments for residential buildings in all five boroughs, and co-op and condo residents in Northeastern Queens were not happy with the results. The valuations were comically high, double- and triple-digit increases, setting up huge city property tax increases.     Read the article…….


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