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cooperative

noun Vox populi An organization whose members share purchasing clout, resources or other materials. See Health insurance purchasing.
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But the co-op leaders usually wind up going to work for Wall Street firms, not a cooperative.
According to a 2004 analysis of more than 250 units by Chubb's residential appraisers, condos and co-ops on average were underinsured by nearly $125,000.
In fact, co-op nursery schools pulled mothers into a very tight and demanding community, potentially oppressive in its expectations, but generally construed as a great boon by those involved.
During interviews, a co-op spokesperson may want to mention some of the major challenges facing the co-op, and the opportunities it sees ahead.
This upward trend demonstrates that many New York area co-ops are still eager to take advantage of our attractive and creative financing packages.
The addition of the first free-standing BARNEYS NEW YORK CO-OP in Los Angeles is consistent with our mission to continually refine the retail offering and further enhance the quality experience that defines The Grove," said Rick Caruso, Chairman and CEO, Caruso Affiliated.
Franklin, by the way, knew this well, since he started what may have been the first co-op in America, which provided fire insurance.
Howe originated the largest loans of the month with a $13 million first mortgage and a $2 million line of credit for a 234-unit co-op located at 720-730 Fort Washington Avenue in Manhattan; a $13 million first mortgage and a $2 million line of credit for a 375-unit co-op located at 165 West 66th Street in Manhattan and a $7.
Last minute shoppers" can use advertisements, brochures and other materials developed by the National Co-op Month Planning Committee to help co-ops promote themselves and the contributions co-ops make to our society.
1 million first mortgage and a $600,000 line of credit for a 10-unit co-op located at 143 West 27th Street in Manhattan; a $300,000 line of credit for a 29-unit co-op located at 65 Nassau Street in Manhattan; and a $300,000 line of credit for Carlton Terrace, a 28-unit co-op located at 65 Durham Road in Bronxville, NY.
15 /PRNewswire/ -- The cost of purchasing a New York co-op apartment dropped by 18.