Cleaning Product Substitutes During Covid-19 Shortage

With household cleaning products in short supply during the Covid-19 pandemic, try these cleaning product substitutes to clean and sanitize your home. You may be looking for cleaning product substitutes since the aisles with cleaning and paper products are pretty sparse at most grocery stores and online. Hand sanitizing wipes and gels are in short supply. Luckily, many [...]


Attorney Alex Lycoyannis Answers Landlord Questions on Rent Collection During Covid-19

Attorney Alex Lycoyannis discusses landlord-tenant issues, including rent collection and eviction moratorium in New York during the COVID-19 pandemic. To help building owners navigate this uncertain time, the following “Ask Our Attorney” column has been republished with permission from Small Property Owners of New York (SPONY) and attorney Alex Lycoyannis of the firm Rosenberg & Estis. During this [...]


‘Fairness’ in Landlord-Tenant Matters amid Covid-19

Guest author Janet Nina Esagoff weighs in on the unfairness of landlord-tenant matters in the coronavirus pandemic.   The following article is a guest post by Janet Nina Esagoff, Esq. New York City and Long Island have been especially hit hard by the Covid-19 crisis, resulting in many shuttered businesses and out-of-work residents filing for record unemployment and [...]


Major Insurers Offering Auto Insurance Discounts Due to Covid-19

Major insurers are offering auto insurance discounts because they've noticed that you’re driving a lot less these days, courtesy of the COVID-19 pandemic. You've probably noticed this as well. Call it a refund, a discount, a rebate or a credit, but dozens of insurers are cutting the cost of auto insurance for their customers. According to the Insurance Information [...]


Phase 2 Reopening Guidelines for Condo and Co-op Buildings

With New York City entering Phase 2 of the state’s Covid-19 reopening plan, co-op and condo boards need to be aware of the Phase 2 reopening guidelines that include both mandatory and recommended best practices that affect: On-site management offices Apartment showings Doctors’ offices Employee break rooms Similar guidelines have been released for the real estate industry and other workplaces. [...]


Essential and Open: The Coronavirus Hasn’t Slowed Us Down

Because we have been fully open during Covid-19, clients and prospects are getting the same high level of service during the pandemic. The spread of the coronavirus has fully or partially closed many businesses. For those that are open, some are operating with fewer staff. Most have staff working remotely. The result is that service can be delayed [...]


Reopening Businesses Safely in the New York Metro Area: What to Expect and How to Stay Safe

After COVID-19 closures, we provide safety steps and outline regulations taking place for reopening businesses safely in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. As the New York metro area begins to reopen, building owners and managers have questions about reopening businesses safely for tenants, clients and visitors. With guidelines and regulations that change often, here are the current [...]


How landlords can provide better coronavirus safety for tenants

  Landlords should have a plan to help provide better coronavirus safety for tenants. As a landlord, you may be wondering how you can provide better coronavirus safety for tenants, your employees and your building. The coronavirus has added new considerations and challenges to your operations. You probably have questions about your legal obligations. These handy tips can [...]


New York City Real Estate Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

The following article on legal issues for landlords during the coronavirus pandemic is a guest post by Janet Nina Esagoff, Esq. Guest author Janet Nina Esagoff, Esq., offers guidance to landlords in navigating the coronavirus pandemic. As a New York litigator, I represent both landlords and tenants in my boutique real estate law practice, albeit mostly landlords. [...]


Don’t Fall Prey to Coronavirus Frauds

“The (coronavirus) pandemic is dangerous enough without wrongdoers seeking to profit from public panic and this sort of conduct cannot be tolerated."-Attorney General Barr Retired FBI analyst Josephine Mauro warns readers how predators are taking advantage of the current coronavirus pandemic and what we can do to protect ourselves. Special thanks to Integras Intelligence for giving us [...]


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