Ready to buy, sell, or improve your home in the great state of New York? You'll find legal and practical tips here.
New York Home Buyers: What Does It Mean to Be "In Contract" and What Happens to Your Downpayment
Unusual real estate offer and contracting procedures in the state of New York.
Co-op Purchase Contracts: What to Watch Out For
Learn about contract clauses unique to co-ops --especially common in New York -- and what you as a purchaser should watch out for.
Buying a New York Home? Roles Your Attorney and Real Estate Agent Will Play
The customary role of attorneys in New York home purchases can create confusion about where the real estate agent's role ends and the attorneys' role begins.
Nolo's Essential Guide to Buying Your First Home
Buy your first home at the right price with tips and advice from the experts. Learn everything about homebuying from mortgages to agents, inspections, and more.
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Selling a New York Home: What Are My Disclosure Obligations?
New York law requires you to disclose known home defects to the buyer.
Home Sales in New York: What the Listing Broker Must Disclose
Limits on the confidentiality of listing brokers in New York State means home sellers can't expect brokers to hide material defects in the home or property from buyers.
What Happens If I Don't Pay Property Taxes in New York?
If you don’t pay your New York property taxes, you might lose your home to a tax foreclosure.
Home Defects in New York: What Can a Buyer Do?
You may be able to claim damages from a New York seller who failed to disclose, or concealed, a home defect.
New Home Construction Defects in New York: Buyer's Rights Against the Builder
New doesn't always mean perfect. Here's when and how you can hold the New York home builder responsible.