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Get Your Home Ready for an Active Hurricane Season

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

For homeowners in New York, the memory of Hurricane Sandy in 2012 still brings up unpleasant memories and many continue to live with the damages that occurred. At Cavallo & Cavallo, our real estate attorneys want you to be prepared for whatever the current season holds, and have assembled this list of tips to… Read More »

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Amid Slumps in Sales, Here Are Seven Qualities Homebuyers Are Looking For

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

New York City is one of the busiest markets in the world in terms of real estate purchases and sales. Having recovered nicely after the housing crisis, both buyers and sellers have been optimistic in getting the most out of their investment. While there still continues to be a healthy amount of activity, slumps… Read More »

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Checklist for Weatherizing Your Home This Fall

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

Fall is a favorite time of year for many home owners. It is cool enough to shut your air conditioner off without being cold enough to use your heating system, saving you money on home heating and cooling costs, while plenty of daylight remains which allows you to lower your light bill. Whether you… Read More »

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Common Pests To Watch Out For When Buying A Home

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

Battling household pests is a common problem that wreaks havoc for both property owners and renters, generally requiring extensive cleanup and repairs that can be expensive and time consuming. Unfortunately, when you are in the market to buy or sell a home, the presence of rodents and insects can be a deal breaker when… Read More »

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Protecting Your Home From Burglary and Theft

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

For many people their home is their biggest asset, and within that home there is likely to be a substantial amount of money tied up in personal belongings. Cars, jewelry, furniture, appliances, and electronics all add up to a lot of money, and in the event of a burglary, there are some things that… Read More »

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Smoke Alarms and Fire Prevention

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

Daylight savings time in the United States begins on the second Sunday in March, when we ‘spring forward’ and set our clocks ahead an hour to cut down on energy costs and take better advantage of the daylight so plentiful in the summer. On the first Sunday in November, we ‘fall back’ into standard… Read More »

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Dealing With Flood Damage In Your Home

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

Recent news reports indicate that flooding risks throughout the city and surrounding New York area are on the increase due to climate change. Our recent experiences would seem to bear that out. Many areas were devastated after Hurricane Sandy in 2012, and hurricane seasons since have brought storms and heavy rainfalls that have impacted… Read More »

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Construction and Zoning Disputes

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

The desire to build your own home or business is part of the American dream. The idea of building something that is custom to your needs and being able to oversee the whole process is something people often dream about for years before finally being able to make their dream a reality. Financing the… Read More »

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Flipping Houses Continues to Net Profits

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

Several years ago, a new word came into our vernacular: house flipping. A host of television shows, news articles, and infomercials sang the praises of buying old or run down houses at below market value, making renovations and improvements, then ‘flipping’ it and selling the house within the year, pocketing a tidy profit in… Read More »

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Making the Decision to Buy a Vacation Home

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

After a long, cold winter, summer is finally here, which means one thing: vacation. Most of us look forward to our summer vacation all year long, and many people have family traditions that dictate going to the same spot each year. Maybe your family enjoys spending a week or two at the beach, or… Read More »

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