Category Archives: Real Estate Transaction Lawyer
Despite the tight real estate market and historically low inventories many Long Islanders do find themselves owning property besides their primary home. Sometimes this is due to a dedicated plan to invest in real estate, other times as an adjunct to a business and still other times as a result of an inheritance.
One thing that every Long Islander has in common is real estate development. Whether you are an owner or tenant of residential real estate, a commercial property, business owner, or a real estate developer you are affected both locally and regionally by real estate development. Or the lack of it.
If you have been in the market to purchase a new home the last few years good news may have been few and far between. Prospective home buyers who had been faced with rapidly rising prices and heavy competition for available homes then got hit with equally rising mortgage interest rates. For many there was […]
Between low inventory of homes for sale, record high prices, bidding wars for homes and then mortgage interest rates that increased about twice what they had been in a year…there hasn’t been much good news for people looking to purchase a home on Long Island. But…as incredible as it may seem there is some good […]
Have you ever thought about becoming a professional real estate salesperson? Maybe you’ve recently bought or sold a home and have seen firsthand what the real estate salesperson does have wondered about it as full or part time occupation?
Perhaps no industry related to home or business ownership has undergone as much of a dramatic change in recent years than that of the security industry. Gone are the days of a simple burglar alarm comprised of a few sensors and a ringing bell. Today’s modern home security system is tech heavy, efficient and encompasses […]
NYS has recently enacted legislation that extends the deadline to apply for a tax exemption for renovations or reconstruction of residential properties effected by Superstorm Sandy. The deadline was extended by two years to March 1, 20024.
Water heaters…possibly the most forgotten and ignored systems in our homes and businesses. That is until something goes wrong or a potential buyer raises questions about it. Scott Kolin of Waterheaters.com joins Long Island real estate attorney Joseph Beige to shed some light on this often ignored but vital sub-system.