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December 2017 Archives

Residential real estate ownership may be impacted by new tax law

The future of homeownership in light of the new tax laws in the United States is up for debate. According to a recent survey, many individuals in the United States, including in New York, have concerns about how the new tax laws will impact their abilities to own residential real estate. However, at the same time, many homeowners indicated that they still plan to purchase homes.

What do you have to tell potential buyers when selling your home?

When selling a home in New York, there are certain things that you have to tell potential buyers about the property. However, it is smart to know how to deal with necessary disclosures in a way that protects your interests and allows you to meet your real estate objectives. 

Creating wills requires a few important steps

Estate planning in New York is often placed on the back burner when it comes to tackling daily responsibilities. However, creating wills and other estate plan documents is critical for protecting one's assets long term. A few tips may help with navigating the estate planning process effectively.

Residential real estate is major financial investment

A home is one of the largest financial investments that individuals can make in New York and elsewhere. Unfortunately, buying residential real estate can also be one of the most complicated financial processes as well. A couple of tips may help those interested in diving into the real estate world by making a purchase.