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Good Morning New York, Real Estate with Vince Rocco

Good Morning New York, Real Estate with Vince Rocco

Tuesday at 6 AM Pacific

February 07th 2017:Ten things attorneys wish that agents know...

Buyers in New York City confront a series of choices: co-op or condo, high-rise or walk-up, a second bathroom or just steps from the subway? But there seems to be consensus on at least one decision — whether to hire a real estate lawyer. In New York, unlike most places in the United States, it is customary for buyers to seek the representation of a lawyer throughout the purchasing process. Although this is not a legal requirement, some longtime real estate agents say they have never witnessed a deal completed without the buyer’s having a lawyer on hand.

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