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Using a "CEMA" to Save Money

One of the most challenging issues when purchasing a condo or house is keeping additional charges down.  Attorneys’ fees, closing costs, and mortgage recording taxes…
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Short Sale or Foreclosure?

There are many homeowners who are now faced with the burden of not being able to make their mortgage payments, and who are finding they…
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November, 2010

NOVEMBER, 2010   COURT RULING VICTORY David A. Kaminsky & Associates P.C. won a ruling in Federal Court, Southern District determining that a sponsor cannot…
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April, 2009

SECOND HAND SMOKE AND THE WARRANTY OF HABITABILITY Many of you have suffered from second hand smoke in restaurants, offices, and other public areas. How…
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November, 2008

SUCCESSFUL BUY-OUTS David A. Kaminsky & Associates P.C. were successful in obtaining substantial buy-outs for two hotel code rent stabilized tenants who resided in units…
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March, 2008

SELLING YOUR HOME IN TODAY’S SLOW MARKET As lenders nationwide tighten their standards in the face of increased foreclosure rates, sales of existing homes continue…
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December, 2007

AVOIDING FORECLOSURE AS MORTGAGE TROUBLES SPREAD As the mortgage troubles continue to spread throughout the country, nervous borrowers are scrambling to figure out what to…
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October, 2007

FORECLOSURE INVESTING — RISKY BUT PROFITABLE According to Realty Trac, an online real estate and foreclosure listing service, foreclosures of homes have increased by 19%…
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July, 2007

David A. Kaminsky & Associates, P.C. is pleased to announce that in addition to sending our newsletter by mail, we will now be using email…
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February, 2007

David A. Kaminsky & Associates, P.C. is pleased to announce that we will now be using email to send out our newsletter. Please contact the…
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October, 2006

THE REAL ESTATE MARKETS Almost every day we get questions about the state of the real estate market in the New York City and surrounding…
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August, 2005

NEW RENT GUIDELINES The New York City Guidelines Board enacted final rent guideline increases of 2.75% for a one-year lease and 5.5% for a two-year…
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March, 2005

CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS A recent major development in residential apartments have been the imposition of carbon monoxide detector rules by the department of housing preservation…
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June, 2004

BANKRUPTCY AND LANDLORD – TENANT LAW Many tenants have sought protection from eviction by filing for bankruptcy. This has been the case for both residential…
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November, 2003

MANSION TAX Persons looking to purchase property in New York City should be aware that there is a 1% “mansion” tax for all properties being…
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