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Dedicated Residential Real Estate Lawyers in Nassau County, Long Island
Our Experienced Attorneys Will Protect Your Real Estate Investment
Whether you are an investor or private individual buying or selling a home, a residential real estate transaction can be exciting as well as complicated. It is important to have someone with legal knowledge and experience looking out for your interests.
At our firm, we offer our clients a wide range of residential real estate law advice and services. If you are in the real estate market we are here to help.
Our real estate attorneys can assist you in both buying and selling residential properties and refinancing existing mortgages
We are available to facilitate all the steps in dealing with the purchase or sale of your home or property. We want to ensure that you get the best representation possible and are satisfied with the outcome.
Experienced Residential Real Estate Law Firm
At the Law Office of Jeanne M. Reardon, we take a personalized, detail-oriented approach to protecting our clients in residential real estate transactions. When you have entered into a purchase or sale contract, our residential real estate lawyers want to ensure you receive the best legal representation throughout the transaction. When you deal with our firm, you know you will be receiving personal and committed service. For any individual that is in the process of buying or selling a house the time can be stressful. Our Long Island law firm is here to help by making the process as smooth as possible for all involved.
We provide services in many areas of real estate including setting up purchase and sale agreements between all parties involved in the transaction.
We are experienced Long Island real estate attorneys and have a thorough knowledge of the Long Island real estate market. We can use this experience and knowledge to advise you of your rights through the entire process.
Jeanne Reardon is a real estate attorney serving clients in New York, Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, and Staten Island, in New York County, Queens County, Kings County, Bronx County, and Richmond County, as well as, Long Island, Nassau County, Suffolk County and throughout Westchester County.