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May 2018 Archives

Creating wills is essential for those with valuable collectibles

Developing estate plans in New York is oftentimes not high on people's priority lists. However, creating wills is extremely important for protecting one's assets. This is especially true for those who have valuable collectibles and art they wish to protect.

What do you need to know before you agree to buy a home?

Buying a home in New York is an exciting time for you and your family, but there are precautions you can take to protect yourself during this process. When you buy a residential property, you would be wise to know what questions to ask and how to proceed in a way that helps you avoid unnecessary complications and issues. 

New residential real estate property prices dropping

During the past several years, home purchasers in New York and elsewhere heard over and over again that home prices were going up. However, the cost of purchasing a newly built residential real estate property has dropped to its lowest level during the past year. This is excellent news for those interested in buying brand-new homes.

Cryptocurrencies need to be added to wills, too

Planning for the future in New York and elsewhere can understandably be quite complex. This is especially true for those with financial assets and other assets they wish to pass down to loved ones in the future. However, making things even more complicated when it comes to putting together wills is the growing demand for cryptocurrency.

Certain hiccups can slow down residential real estate deal

After homesellers and buyers have negotiated a sales price, they can settle on a closing date. At this point, it may seem that they are in the clear. The reality is that a number of hiccups can derail even the smoothest residential real estate deal in New York.