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Where Does New York Law Stand With Respect To Transgender Persons And Victims Of Domestic Violence?

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - Suffolk County Human Rights Law already addresses "source of income" as well as transparency in applications for the purchase of shares in a residential cooperative, not currently included in New York Fair Housing Laws.


HUD Speaks Out On Denying Housing To Persons With Criminal Records

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - New York State and the federal government have recently taken action with respect to discrimination in the sale and renting of housing.


United Cerebral Palsy Of Suffolk County Takes On Housing For Those With Disabilities

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - "We provide services for 3,500 children and adults with a variety of disabilities," said Nancy Rao.


A Conversation With New York State Assemblyman, Fred W. Thiele, Jr.: Part II

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - "We are a real estate based economy driven by our proximity to Wall Street, but we can't just be a second-home community," said Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr.


A Conversation With New York State Assemblyman, Fred W. Thiele, Jr.: Part I

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - "They will want to know where the money is going," said Assemblyman Thiele. "They're not going to sign a blank check to spend on water quality."


A Look At The Past Should Give Us Hope

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - That we are in a period of political divisiveness, exacerbated by a presidential election and an opening on the Supreme Court, is one of the few issues upon which we all agree.


Exploring The East End Commercial Real Estate Market: The Hamptons Versus The North Fork

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - "What has happened in Southampton, is that because of lack of space and higher rental prices in East Hampton, a lot of businesses of greater diversity have moved in to Southampton generating an increase in foot traffic," explained Hal Zwick.


Will The Treasury Department's Investigation Of Luxury Homes Purchased With Cash By An LLC Draw Attention To The Hamptons?

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - Depending upon Treasury's findings in the two target areas, the department could develop reporting requirements across the country.


What Does New Town Of East Hampton Rental Law Mean For Landlords, Tenants, And Real Estate Agents?

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - Both the landlords and the tenants may be prosecuted for violation of this law, which may result in fines up to $30,000 and up to six months in jail.


How Do Hamptons Real Estate Brokers See The Market In 2016?

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - The presidential election, the Federal Reserve's recent increase in interest rates, and how the economy will develop are factors that are likely to affect the real estate market.


A Change In Management At Brown Harris Stevens: A Conversation With Robert Nelson

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - "One of the things I learned from my mentor was, don't ever get your calculator out to calculate the commission," noted Robert Nelson. "It makes no difference if it's $1,000 or $50,000, and when you get those clients, hold on to them and don't let them go."


Compass - Taking Hamptons Real Estate In A New Direction: A Conversation With Ed Reale, Senior Managing Director

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - "Our approach is going to be different in a number of ways," shared Ed Reale.


Hamptons Real Estate Trends And The Importance Of Knowing Today's Market

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - "It has become common for agents to want to brand themselves in print ads and on the internet, to have their names associated with particular listings," noted John M. Gicking.


Hamptons Real Estate Managers: A Look At Their Challenges And Responsibilities

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - "We are in a very competitive market and agents like to know they have managers who aren't competing with them," noted Kimberley Terry.


Hamptons Real Estate Roles: A Look At The Manager

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - "We emphasize to our new agents that they are going to be running a business under the auspices of BHS, and that they have to have a business plan which includes self-promotion, like any other start-up business," said Aspasia G. Comnas.


A Change In The Hamptons Real Estate Outlook: The Shift Towards Managers

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - "My biggest challenge is to find the time to spend out in the field with my agents," said Ernest Cervi. "It's the most important function I have."


Hamptons Commercial Real Estate Market: Exploring The Differences Between Sag Harbor, East Hampton, And More

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - "Commercial is a very different animal," shared Elise Douglas. "It's completely numbers based."


A Look At The Ins And Outs Of Commercial Leasing

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - While commercial leasing may include large office buildings, retail stores, restaurants, theaters and other uses found in Manhattan, we will focus on the type of commercial business more common to the East End of Long Island and more proximate suburban areas.


Let's Revisit The Differences Between Residential Condominiums, Cooperatives, And Townhouses

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - One of the most important distinctions between the two, co-ops are governed by a board of directors, and a condo by a board of managers.


New York's Highest Court Strikes Down Local Sex Offender Residency Laws

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - According to the Division of Criminal Justice Services, there are approximately 1,000 sex offenders living in Suffolk County, more than twice as many as living in Nassau County.


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