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By Mackubin Thomas Owens
Americans suffer from damage to the fossil-fuel-dependent U.S. economy
Topic - Andreas Krieger
When Heidi Krieger, who recently purchased a one-bedroom co-op in Cleveland Park, first started looking at co-ops and condos, her first concern was to find a home she loved. Her second priority was to make sure the monthly fees were affordable.
"My interview with the co-op board went really well, and then I was elected to the board as soon as I moved in," Ms. Krieger said. "The building has just 13 homes, and it seems like a pretty relaxed group of homeowners."
"I fell in love with Cleveland Park, the Tudor-style co-op building and, most important, the unit itself," Ms. Krieger said. "Once I did the research and understood how co-op financing works, I was ready to buy."