Selling a Condominium or Co-Op
If you are selling a condo or co-op apartment unit in New York, you will have to comply with some of the strictest real estate regulations in the country. You will be required to provide full disclosure regarding condition of the property, homeowners association (HOA) assessments due, property taxes and certificate of occupancy. Will your real estate agent have the experience and knowledge to protect you from possible litigation after the sale closes?
Call Cohen & Cohen Law Group, P.C., in Forest Hills to arrange a consultation about your condo, co-op or town house sale. Founding lawyer Albert Cohen has been helping sellers save money in residential real estate transactions for more than a decade. A member of his team of real estate attorneys will review your circumstances and explain his services, including:
- Review of the terms and conditions of a purchase agreement
- Preparation of all disclosure notices and certificates of occupancy
- Review and preparation of HOA documents required by the buyer
- Investigation into the buyer’s credit and financial concerns
- Resolution of outstanding financial balances due, disputes and litigation matters
Before You Sell
Even if you have already talked to a realtor, before you go on the market with your condo or co-op unit, or agree to a purchase offer, learn more about your rights and obligations. We give you the confidence to move ahead with your real estate transaction.
Make Sure Your Interests Are Protected
Many people are surprised and disappointed to learn that their real estate agent is more interested in making sure the sale goes through than they are in protecting their client’s interests. That is because realtors for both parties split the commission. The only way anyone gets paid is when the buyer closes on the deal.
Real estate agents may not be interested in pointing out problems that could interrupt or prevent the sale. Our firm will not only look for ways to save you money now, we will also make sure you understand every component of the transaction so you can make a fully informed decision about whether selling the property to an interested party is in your best long-term interests.
In-state? Or Out-of-state? We Can Help.
Are you considering selling a condominium or co-op in Queens or elsewhere in the New York City area or surrounding counties? Our firm represents residential home sellers in communities throughout the metropolitan area. We often work with statewide and out-of-state clients who are interested in selling a condo or co-op apartment unit in the New York City metropolitan area.
Before You Sell Your Condo Or Co-op, Talk To Us. It’s Free.
We provide a free, no-obligation case evaluation. You will find our retainer and fees reasonable, based on responsible and clear billing policies. From wherever you are in New York or across the nation, call 800-247-8164 or use our email contact form to send a brief description of your legal needs. Our office will contact you to arrange a consultation with one of our Queens real estate attorneys as soon as possible.