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Zoning Ordinance Laws in NYC

NYC is divided into zones that regulate how the property inside them can legally be used. Zoning is not visible to most people -- but if you're involved in real estate development, improvement, sales or purchases, you'll almost certainly have to think about zoning issues. Zoning can also be an issue for tenants in lofts […]

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The Right Representation For NYC Real Estate Transactions

Real estate law is a very complex field of law. When you’re either buying or selling a house, make sure you work with a reliable real estate agent who will meet your needs and represent your general as well as legal interests. One of the first things you should ask your realtor is about their […]

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Buying New Construction Condos In Manhattan

Finding Manhattan apartments available for purchase can be quite confusing due to a combination of demand and limited real estate supply,  The market is fast moving and without the right representation it can be difficult to even view new construction as it becomes available, as the desirable property is often sold before you hear about […]

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7 Mistakes Home Buyers Make When Purchasing Real Estate

Mistake #1: A potential home buyer should never rush to put down a deposit. First, think about how long you plan to own the house. What type of market and demand does the home have in terms of selling it down the line. Making a list of pro's and con's and articulating your thoughts on […]

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Sell Your Home In 2019, Not 2020- Here's Why

Hardly any individuals are anticipating that 2019 will be a record breaking year for home costs. In any case, 2019 may be the best time for you to make your home available. Particularly in case you’re going back and forth about selling this year or next, Nick Ron, CEO of House Buyers of America, suggests […]

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 New Rent Reform Laws in NYC Stirs Trouble For The Real Estate Industry

With new legislation passing in New York, tenants of rent regulated apartments throughout NY will be benefiting from new protections due to a landmark bill that amended the rent laws. The Real Estate industry has been opposing this bill for a long time and it will have a negative effect on them. Governor Cuomo said […]

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What Does A Real Estate Lawyer in NYC Do For You?

Some people are the types who want to take care of everything by themselves. “If you want a job done right, better do it yourself!” – is usually only valid if you specialize in that job. When it comes to handling real estate, it’s best to leave it to the professionals. You may wonder what […]

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Do I Need a Real Estate Attorney in Queens & NYC?

You might be wondering, “what can a real estate attorney do for me that I can’t already do for myself with a little bit of research?” The thing is, there are a lot of services they can offer you which can’t be so easily handled on your own. Real Estate Attorneys don’t just offer lip […]

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Real Estate: Condos Versus Apartments

Most people aren’t aware of the differences between renting a condo and renting an apartment unless they experience living in both them. The general impression is that condos are are easier to maintain over apartments and have more services available to them. A quick look on condos and apartments will quickly show the differences of […]

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5 Questions To Ask Your Real Estate Lawyer

For those not familiar with the process, real estate transactions can be hard to follow. If you want to buy or sell property, you may need the help of an expert in the field such as a real estate lawyer. At times, a simple deal may not need a real estate lawyer but due to […]

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