Posts Tagged ‘Long Island real property’
Why Is a Long Island Real Property Deed So Important?
In the world of online records and electronic files, there is little to no need for paper documents and “real” signatures. In fact, the use of electronic documents is pervasive in nearly every aspect of our lives. We send applications, letters of dismissal, contracts, love letters, and photos digitally. It is the most consistent form…Read More
Red Flags for Any Long Island Homebuyer
Buying a new home is an exciting time for residents of Long Island. It’s often a new start or a step forward – for some families buying a house is the fruition of a collective and longtime dream. Before signatures are placed on purchase contracts and closing documents, buyers are already discussing possible renovations and…Read More
What Is Title Insurance & Do You Need It?
As you navigate a commercial or residential real estate transaction for the first time a number of unfamiliar documents, agreements and pieces of paperwork are certain to cross your desk or arrive via email. Often, one part of real property purchases that isn’t fully understood by buyers and sellers in Long Island, particularly in a…Read More
Identifying and Dealing with Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions in New York
Many residential deeds in the State of New York’s developments and neighborhoods, including properties in Long Island, contain mention of covenants, conditions, and restrictions. Within the deed this reference can be the full text of a real property covenant, but more than likely it is a single sentence similar to, “grantee takes title to the…Read More