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  • Connected Books | UHAB | Urban Homesteading Assistance Board
    finer points of the software and good bookkeeping practices Troubleshooting and technical assistance is also available on an ongoing basis at no additional charge About UHAB History Staff Board Employment Glossary FAQs Useful Links Supporters Programs Organizing Preservation Development Technical Assistance Member Services Co op Members Member Services FLIP UHAB Fuel Recent Fuel Prices Oil Heat Program Connected Books Bookkeeping Services Market and Match UHAB University Harlem Training and Resource

    Original URL path: http://www.uhab.org/category/event-types/connected-books (2016-04-28)
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  • Members Services Seminar | UHAB | Urban Homesteading Assistance Board
    Links Supporters Programs Organizing Preservation Development Technical Assistance Member Services Co op Members Member Services FLIP UHAB Fuel Recent Fuel Prices Oil Heat Program Connected Books Bookkeeping Services Market and Match UHAB University Harlem Training and Resource Center Assistance for Distressed Co ops Vendor Directory Resource Library Management Calendar Weatherization Homeownership Application Intro Class Registration Homeownership FAQs Calendar Media Publications Media Information Media Room Support Us Planned Giving Appreciated Securities

    Original URL path: http://www.uhab.org/category/event-types/members-services-seminar (2016-04-28)
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  • A Guide to Communications, Problem Solving, & Decision Making | UHAB | Urban Homesteading Assistance Board
    Conducting the Meeting Evaluation DEMOCRATIC DECISION MAKING Group Decision Making Creating a Consenus The Consensus Decision Making Process COMMITTEES Steps for Forming a Committee CONFLICTS AND ENFORCEMENT Steps for Resolving Conflicts Designing and Following Effective Enforcement Procedures Document Communications Problem Solving Decision pdf About UHAB History Staff Board Employment Glossary FAQs Useful Links Supporters Programs Organizing Preservation Development Technical Assistance Member Services Co op Members Member Services FLIP UHAB Fuel

    Original URL path: http://www.uhab.org/co-op-members/resource-library/governance/guide-communications-problem-solving-decision-making (2016-04-28)
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  • Advantages of Being a Shareholder | UHAB | Urban Homesteading Assistance Board
    responsible member of the shareholder s family proprietary lease 5 05 ii B Control over Building Mgmt Shareholders annually elect a board of directors to represent their interests in how the building should be managed The board as their representatives screen and approve new shareholders Cost control Shareholders can keep costs down in their building by doing tasks themselves i e super s duties management and implementing energy and water conservation techniques Lifestyle Shareholders live cooperatively with their neighbors They really come to know the people in their building by working together to resolve issues that effect everyone s quality of life Networking Shareholders can join forces with other co ops to get the best possible goods at the lowest possible price They can also share resources such as information on good attorneys contractors handypeople etc Shareholders also have a greater ability to effect political change as a group than they do as individuals Education Shareholders learn how co ops work They serve on the board of directors and chair committees They attend conferences and training classes that help them run the building more effectively Document Advantages of Being a Shareholder pdf About UHAB History Staff Board Employment Glossary FAQs

    Original URL path: http://www.uhab.org/co-op-members/resource-library/governance/advantages-being-shareholder (2016-04-28)
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  • Delegating Tasks: Carrying Out Decisions | UHAB | Urban Homesteading Assistance Board
    The following tips on effective delegation will help you involve more tenants in following through on decisions Don t leave meetings without making sure that nearly everyone has at least some small task to perform before the next meeting Break down tasks into manageable parts Be very clear on exactly what each task involves Assign tasks to specific people and record in minutes Recommend resources that volunteers can use to complete their tasks like the UHAB or TIL coordinator s name and phone number Set up a reporting system for the follow up Officers and chairpersons should check up to make sure those responsible for each task are completing it Volunteers should be told who will be following up with them and how for example Ms Smith the vice president will be calling you next week to make sure this is going OK Be positive regardless of the task that people perform Don t expect more than people can give and don t be afraid of mistakes they are a normal part of the process Praise people s work in public give criticism in private Progress and praise should be reported at the next meeting and recorded in the minutes

    Original URL path: http://www.uhab.org/co-op-members/resource-library/governance/delegating-tasks-carrying-out-decisions (2016-04-28)
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  • Healthy Co-op Checklist | UHAB | Urban Homesteading Assistance Board
    to questions and requests from shareholders in a timely manner Co op policies regarding repairs alterations subletting resale etc are clear and understandable and are written Shareholders are kept up to date on co op policies by newsletter special notices meetings or other methods Shareholders are familiar with the By Laws and proprietary lease and keep copies of these documents on hand for reference Shareholders vote to amend the By Laws and proprietary lease when necessary IN AN UNHEALTHY CO OP There are no annual elections The same people serve on the board year after year after year Shareholders do not receive any financial information Years go by without an annual budget being prepared The manager acts like a landlord s he both makes policies and carries them out An officer is also the manager The manager has no written contract or job description and it is therefore impossible to supervise him her or to hold him her accountable The manager is unavailable and does not respond to officer board questions and requests The board is unavailable and does not respond to shareholder questions and requests Policies regarding these issues either do not exist or are confusing and are not

    Original URL path: http://www.uhab.org/co-op-members/resource-library/governance/healthy-co-op-checklist (2016-04-28)
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  • Limited Equity Cooperatives: A Legal Handbook | UHAB | Urban Homesteading Assistance Board
    Operation of the Cooperative Document Limited Equity Cooperatives A Legal Handbook pdf About UHAB History Staff Board Employment Glossary FAQs Useful Links Supporters Programs Organizing Preservation Development Technical Assistance Member Services Co op Members Member Services FLIP UHAB Fuel Recent Fuel Prices Oil Heat Program Connected Books Bookkeeping Services Market and Match UHAB University Harlem Training and Resource Center Assistance for Distressed Co ops Vendor Directory Resource Library Management Calendar

    Original URL path: http://www.uhab.org/co-op-members/resource-library/governance/limited-equity-cooperatives-legal-handbook (2016-04-28)
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  • 1160 Colgate Avenue HDFC | UHAB | Urban Homesteading Assistance Board
    Board 9 Other HDFC Co ops 5 HDFCs in CB 9 Notes for Interested Applicants Apartments sold as is The units will only be sold to applicants who will use them as their primary residence Income Guidelines Because HDFC s are created to serve the housing needs of low and moderate income families no household may be over 120 of the Area Median Income as determined annually by the Department for Housing and Urban Development HUD The income limits for 2016 are as follows Household Size Maximum Income Eligibility 1 76 125 2 87 000 3 97 875 4 108 750 Income restrictions may differ between HDFC co ops based on actual corporate documents and regulatory agreements Purchase Price and Monthly Maintenance Fee The purchase price and monthly rents are set so as to be affordable for families with an income of 120 of Area Median Income Affordable is defined by HUD as spending 30 of the family s gross annual income on housing The projected purchase price and maintenance fee for are as follows Apartment Size Income Limits Estimated 2015 Purchase Price Estimated Monthly Maintenance Fee 2 Bedroom 120 AMI 55 000 827 00 Photos PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS

    Original URL path: http://www.uhab.org/homeownership/hdfc/boroughs/bronx/577 (2016-04-28)
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