James G. Dibbini & Associates, P.C.

Westchester Rent Guidelines Board Approves Rent Increases

Starting October 1, 2015, property owners of rent-stabilized apartments in Westchester County will be able to increase their legal rents. The Westchester County Rent Guidelines Board approved an increase for one year leases from…more
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Ways to Stop Paying for Private Mortgage Insurance

Are you wasting money on Private Mortgage Insurance? Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) protects lenders against loss if a borrower defaults. You are most likely paying for PMI if your mortgage on your home was 80% or more of the…more
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What Multi-Unit Property Owners Should Know About the DHCR

If you are interested in buying a multi-family building located in New York City or Westchester County, specifically a building with six units or more, it is imperative that you learn more about the Division of Housing and…more
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Mechanic's Liens: Getting a Property Owner to Pay Up

Mechanic’s liens give contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and other professionals in the business of improving real property a way to collect after doing work for, and/or providing supplies to, owners that don’t want to pay…more
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What to Do If a Tenant Stops Paying Rent

Many clients who are property owners, landlords and even tenants call us asking about the eviction process, specifically evictions concerning the nonpayment of rent, so we have taken the time to briefly outline the steps in a…more
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All in the Family: Deed Transfers Among Family Members

Not all deed transfers take place between strangers buying and selling property. Instead, many deed transfers take place between family members for a variety of reasons that include estate planning and divorce. This newsletter…more
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Sprinkler System Notice Required for All Residential Leases

December 3, 2014, all residential leases are required to clearly state in bold letters whether the premise has an operative and maintained sprinkler system. This requirement applies to every residential lease including vacancy…more
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Attention Landlords: New Rider Required for all Rent Stabilized Leases

The Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR), the agency tasked with enforcement of rent stabilization laws and regulations, issued a new lease rider, and a similar addenda for those rental properties outside of New York…more
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7 Mistakes Buyers Make When Purchasing a Home and How You Can Avoid Them

For most people purchasing a home is very exciting. However, if a buyer is not adequately prepared it can become frustrating fast. Many people have bad experiences purchasing homes because they make common mistakes that can be…more
| Real Estate - Commercial, Real Estate - Residential

Alternatives to Foreclosure

Due to the current economic crisis, many Americans are finding it difficult to pay their mortgages leading to a significant rise in the number of foreclosures. Between February 13, 2010 and May 31, 2010, lenders issued…more
| Real Estate - Commercial, Real Estate - Residential

Tax Grievance Deadlines in Westchester County

A property’s real estate taxes are based on the property’s assessment. The property’s assessment is set by the assessor in the local municipality where the property is located and is supposed to be based on the property’s fair…more
| Real Estate - Commercial, Real Estate - Residential

How are You Holding Title (Deed) in Your Home or Investment Property?

A deed is a document that transfers ownership of real estate. It serves as written proof of ownership of your home or building. For a deed transaction to have legal effect it generally must comply with certain legal…more
| Real Estate - Commercial, Real Estate - Residential, Taxation, Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning, Zoning, Planning & Land Use

Foreclosure: Do Not Ignore a Notice From Your Lender Regarding Foreclosure

Due to the current economic crisis, many Americans are finding it difficult to pay their mortgages leading to a significant rise in the number of foreclosures. Between February 13, 2010 and May 31, 2010, lenders issued…more
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Landlord - Tenant Holdover Proceeding After Temination of Tenancy

A holdover proceeding is a proceeding to evict a tenant on any grounds other than the nonpayment of rent. A landlord generally initiates a holdover proceeding when a tenant stays past the expiration of the lease without the…more
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GETTING TO $2,000.00: HOW TO REACH DEREGULATION OF RENT STABILIZED (OR ETPA) APARTMENTS IN COMPLIANCE WITH DHCR

New York enacted laws regulating rent to deal with rent increases that were believed to be “speculative, unwarranted and abnormal.” These laws are the Rent Stabilization Code in New York City and the Emergency Tenant Protection…more
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Yonkers, NY 10704, United States

Contact: James G. Dibbini, Esq.

  • 914 965-1011 Ext:.14
  • 914 965-0019

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