And in New York City, you can add yet another wrinkle: the co-op board who won't let you sell unless they like the price.
co-op boards, mortgage brokers, and landlords often pass them over.
New York co-op boards are refusing to let owners sell their homes if the price is too low.
He has walked approximately forty miles across the city looking for the co-op.
Effectively, every co-op or condo development freezes that particular land use as if in amber.
Then, when the lad was thirteen, she got him a job in the "co-op."
I could never remember an election in Port Sandor, or an election of officers in the co-op.
They think they'll have to stay in the co-op to get anything that's gettable out of Gerrit's and Belsher's money.
It is not the co-op wax; it is wax stored in an otherwise disused area.
"There's going to be a special meeting of the co-op," he said.
: co-op prices/ coop apartment complex
A cooperative apartment house, store, etc (1870s+)
To convert an apartment or building from a rental to a cooperative unit: The old Sussex Arms got co-oped last year (1950s+)