Profile of Robert Aronov

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Robert Aronov & Associates, PC

88-02 136th Street
Jamaica, NY 11418
Phone:718-206-1555
Website: http://www.realestatelawyernys.com/
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Robert Aronov & Associates, PC 88-02 136th St Jamaica, NY 11418 (718) 206-1555. If you are looking for a real estate closing attorney you have came to the right place. Robert Aronov has dealt with thousands of real estate transaction all across NYC from Manhattan to Queens. He specializes in commercial and residential properties and offers a flat fee to his clients. Call them today for a free consultation. While many people view real estate transactions as being financial transactions, there are legal components to them as well. For example, the loan documents that you sign with your mortgage company as well as the sales contract and other documents and contracts are legally-binding, and you may want a real estate lawyer to help you better understand your rights and requirements under the contract. In addition, you may need assistance with understanding local real estate laws, zoning issues and more. A real estate lawyer can assist you in many ways when you are buying or selling property in Kew Gardens.

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Attorneys in Firm     5
Attorney Bar Number     3904307
Practicing Law Since     2000

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    Dear Mr. Aronov : I have a question I'm from a small town in southern Il. I heard that our city got a government grant for tearing down condemned homes. The owners of these condemned homes have to pay the city back in payments if necessary. My question is , if the government has already disbursed the moneys to the city and they collect it from the homeowners as well. How or is that legal to get paid twice for one job ? Or is our local government corrupt ? It dont seem fair. Im just a concerned citizen. I personally am not involved with a condemned home. Thank you for your time John T. Edwards Centralia Il. 62801 Ph# 618-918-3024 Posted by : John T. Edwards   On: 19 Mar 2016
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