Category Archives: Real Estate
If you live in Mahopac, You most likely do not own the mineral rights for minerals that may be found on your property. For most homeowners, they don’t know or don’t care about mineral rights; however, in Colonial times, the Red Mills area of what is now Mahopac was well known for large deposits… Read More »
As any homeowner knows and every prospective new home owner should know, water can be the source of more problems in a home than anything else. Whether it is drinking water, waste water, storm water, ground water, ice, ponds, streams, etc., water has the potential to cause many very expensive problems for a homeowner…. Read More »
As a buyer, placing a contingency in the real estate contract can be rather advantageous. Some real estate contracts pass without contingencies, but usually in favor of the seller’s wants. This is usually when a piece of property is being sold “as-is.” However, outside of “as-is” contracts, each party will try to assert their… Read More »
Real Estate contracts are traditional contracts that set out the details as well as the rights and responsibilities of all parties involved. The contract in essence is a promise between the buyer and the seller. The buyer makes a legal promise to purchase the home at the agreed upon price and the seller promises… Read More »
Three (3) continuing education credits for realtors. Meyer & Spencer, PC is happy to co-sponsor this event with our friends at Tompkins Mahopac Bank! Join us with Glenn Wu on April 22nd at 3 pm at the Tompkins Mahopac Bank branch in Brewster, NY. We look forward to seeing you there!
We know this is not late night television. However, we also know that people like top ten lists. So, we have come up with our Top Ten Reasons to do an Estate Plan. After all, how many times have you thought to yourself “I’ve got to call my lawyer and get my Will finalized… Read More »
When looking to buy or sell a house, clients often ask us: real estate broker or salesperson, which is better? Clients usually realize that they should consult with a real estate agent. They just don’t know if it is a broker or a salesperson. The term “real estate agent” is the generic term used… Read More »