This briefing discusses NYRPL Section 235-bb, the importance of having a certificate of occupancy for all improvements in a rental unit, the tremendous liability exposure the statute creates for residential landlords, and what residential landlords can do to protect themselves.
Information for our buyers and sellers of residential real estate to help navigate the process.
Being a Resource for Home Owners in Foreclosure; Finding Owners of Abandoned Homes
What Happens When a Rehabber Dies; Why Real Estate?
The Downside of Being a Landlord; Abandoned Warehouse Rehab Case Study
Getting Full Value From Your Attorney; Quitting Your Job & Investing Full Time
The “Other Way” To Get More Deals; Ideas: Looking Forward & Looking Back; Why You Should Never Throw Away a Deal File
Making the Shift from Residential Rehabber to Commercial Real Estate Investor; What My Son Taught Me About Being a Good Lawyer
What You Need to Know When Assisting Homeowners in Foreclosure in New York.
Case Study: SFR Rehab Joint Venture vs. Private Mortgage Structure
Asset Protection For Landlords To Protect Against the Most Common Risks; Ideas From the Front Lines
Is Setting Up an IRA LLC Right For You;Ideas From the Front Lines
Easy ways for landlords to avoid future cash flow problems; What Navy SeALs Can Teach Us About Wholesaling
How to complete a stock transfer to assign an “unassignable” short sale
When It’s Time to Start a Real Estate Private Equity Fund; How to Avoid Investing in a Ponzi Scheme; What Being a Father Taught Me About Lawyering