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NAHC’s Cooperative Housing Blog addresses hot topics for professionals in the housing cooperative industry. Legal issues, governance, development, tax tips and more are all up for discussion. Stand with NAHC at the forefront of cooperative housing issues to keep the conversation going!

Co-ops back in U.S. Census after 20-year absence | NCBA CLUSA

by NAHC | May 10, 2017 | Other Cooperative Topics

Published: Tuesday, 09 May 2017 Written by Elizabeth Lechleitner Source: Co-ops back in U.S. Census after 20-year absence Co-ops back in U.S. Census after 20-year absence NCBA CLUSA is thrilled to announce that a decades-long absence of federally-reported data on co-ops in the U.S. will end with the 2017 Economic Census. The Office of Management and Budget […]

Brooklyn Cooperative votes to Remain Affordable

by NAHC | April 28, 2017 | Developing Your Cooperative

Brooklyn Cooperative votes to Remain Affordable Members of St. James Place Towers, a 326-unit limited equity cooperative developed under the Mitchell-Lama program in New York, has voted to remain as a limited equity cooperative. The Mitchell-Lama program provided a low-interest 40-year mortgage and property tax relief. Once the mortgage is paid off, the cooperative can […]

A Credit Check Pitfall Cooperative Boards Can Avoid

by NAHC | April 19, 2017 | Financial Issues

A Credit Check Pitfall Cooperative Boards Can Avoid By Randall Pentiuk, Esq., and Kerry L. Morgan, Esq. In considering a new member, cooperative boards usually include a credit check authorization form in their application packet. The credit check form to be signed by the applicant is usually straightforward, authorizing the board to run a credit […]

Cooperative USA Share Listing Program

by NAHC | April 19, 2017 |

Showcase your Cooperative with NAHC’S Newest Member Benefit, Cooperative USA Share Listing Program If you’re an NAHC member and interested in listing a cooperative membership for sale, the Share Listing Program is available to help. This new listing program is the ultimate resource to promote your available membership to the extended NAHC network at an […]

NAHC Founder, President Emeritus: Gives Advice to Those Seeking Board Service

by NAHC | April 19, 2017 | Governance

NAHC Founder, President Emeritus: Gives Advice to Those Seeking Board Service With the NAHC board elections in the fall, CHQ editor Altoria Bell Ross had a conversation with NAHC President Emeritus Roger Willcox. During the interview, Willcox discussed his launch into the cooperatives, his board service, his accomplishments as president and advice for rising NAHC […]

Cooperative Housing Blog

NAHC’s Cooperative Housing Blog addresses hot topics for professionals in the housing cooperative industry. Legal issues, governance, development, tax tips and more are all up for discussion. Stand with NAHC at the forefront of cooperative housing issues to keep the conversation going!

Co-ops back in U.S. Census after 20-year absence | NCBA CLUSA

by NAHC | May 10, 2017 | Other Cooperative Topics

Published: Tuesday, 09 May 2017 Written by Elizabeth Lechleitner Source: Co-ops back in U.S. Census after 20-year absence Co-ops back in U.S. Census after 20-year absence NCBA CLUSA is thrilled to announce that a decades-long absence of federally-reported data on co-ops in the U.S. will end with the 2017 Economic Census. The Office of Management and Budget […]

Brooklyn Cooperative votes to Remain Affordable

by NAHC | April 28, 2017 | Developing Your Cooperative

Brooklyn Cooperative votes to Remain Affordable Members of St. James Place Towers, a 326-unit limited equity cooperative developed under the Mitchell-Lama program in New York, has voted to remain as a limited equity cooperative. The Mitchell-Lama program provided a low-interest 40-year mortgage and property tax relief. Once the mortgage is paid off, the cooperative can […]

A Credit Check Pitfall Cooperative Boards Can Avoid

by NAHC | April 19, 2017 | Financial Issues

A Credit Check Pitfall Cooperative Boards Can Avoid By Randall Pentiuk, Esq., and Kerry L. Morgan, Esq. In considering a new member, cooperative boards usually include a credit check authorization form in their application packet. The credit check form to be signed by the applicant is usually straightforward, authorizing the board to run a credit […]

Cooperative USA Share Listing Program

by NAHC | April 19, 2017 |

Showcase your Cooperative with NAHC’S Newest Member Benefit, Cooperative USA Share Listing Program If you’re an NAHC member and interested in listing a cooperative membership for sale, the Share Listing Program is available to help. This new listing program is the ultimate resource to promote your available membership to the extended NAHC network at an […]

NAHC Founder, President Emeritus: Gives Advice to Those Seeking Board Service

by NAHC | April 19, 2017 | Governance

NAHC Founder, President Emeritus: Gives Advice to Those Seeking Board Service With the NAHC board elections in the fall, CHQ editor Altoria Bell Ross had a conversation with NAHC President Emeritus Roger Willcox. During the interview, Willcox discussed his launch into the cooperatives, his board service, his accomplishments as president and advice for rising NAHC […]