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Dark clouds over your real estate closing

Finding the perfect property in New York is a challenge. You probably checked out listings in multiple boroughs, searched for hours online and met with numerous agents before finding a place you want to call home. You may have scraped for a down payment, haggled with the seller and cowed to the lender. However, that may have been the easy part.

Things to consider before closing on your new home

Purchasing a home in New York is an exciting time, but there are certain things you would be wise to do to ensure that you do not find yourself facing negative surprises down the road. Buying a house is one of the most important and expensive purchases you will make during your lifetime, and avoiding issues can save you a significant amount of stress, time and money. 

What should you disclose when selling your house?

When involved in any type of residential real estate transaction, it is critical to know how to protect your rights and interests from start to finish. As the seller, there are ways that you can shield yourself from problems and avoid issues that could delay closing or cause a buyer to walk away from the deal.

What you need to know before signing a new construction contract

Buying a home or signing a contract for a new construction home is an exciting time for your New York family, but it is crucial to know how to protect your rights during this process. Forging ahead without knowing how to protect yourself is not prudent; therefore, you should avoid complications and issues by taking certain precautionary measures.

Full disclosure when buying a home

Purchasing a new home can be an emotional time. If you have found the house of your dreams, the excitement may tempt you to rush headlong into a purchase to avoid losing it to another buyer. However, while the house may seem perfect at the first or second showing, there may be hidden flaws that you have a right to know about.

The important work of a home inspector

When you are ready to buy a home, it may feel like you have dozens of hoops to jump through to get to closing. Some of the items on the list of settlement fees may be completely foreign to you, and when you see the bottom line, you may skim the list for any optional costs.