Tag Archive: NYS Real Estate

For Landlords and Tenants: Emotional Support Animals, Service Dogs (and miniature horses) and Fair Housing

INFORMATION FOR BOTH TENANTS AND LANDLORDS IN REGARDS TO ASSISTANCE ANIMALS AND FAIR HOUSING AND TO CLARIFY WHAT THE LAW LAYS OUT FOR BOTH PARTIES…  Let’s start with how people needing assistance animals were provided protection.  It starts with laws and Acts that created Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity.   For, ...

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House Inspectors and House Inspections for Buyers

My guest, Steve Byrne, is a licensed professional house inspector.   We discuss both house inspectors and house inspections–both I highly recommend to my clients wanting to make an offer on a residential property.     While not legally required–as terminate inspections are if you are getting a mortgage, a purchase offer for ...

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NY State Tenant-Landlord Matters Part III–DOS Rules, Judge Blocks

Recently the Department of State of the State of New York issued a ruling that created a great deal of turmoil in the residential real estate market in NY State and in particular NYC.   However, just days after the DOS ruling was made public, a judge in Albany issued an ...

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The NYS Tenant-Landlord Act Part II

An explanation of why a landlord would chose to use a real estate agent or NYS licensed real estate salesperson (as we are officially titled in NY State) and how it affects renters and the rental market. ...

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