Ianniello, Anderson & Reilly P.C.

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Albany Attorney Richard Anderson

Ianniello, Anderson & Reilly P.C.
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Attorney's Profile

COLLEGE:
Dartmouth College
LAW SCHOOL:
Albany Law School
ATTORNEY SINCE:
1977
STATES ADMITTED:
New York
PRACTICE AREAS:
Real Estate Law

Richard F. Anderson, Jr. has been a member of the New York State Bar since 1977. He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Dartmouth College in 1973 with a double major in government and international relations. He received a Juris Doctor Degree in 1976 from Albany Law School. He is a member of the New York State and Saratoga County Bar Associations. He has served as a member of the Waterford/Halfmoon School Board of Education and served as Town Attorney for the Town of Waterford, Saratoga County, New York. He specializes in Real Property Law representing both buyers and sellers in residential and commercial real estate transactions and represents local area builders and local and national lenders as well. He also practices in the area of Estates, Vehicle and Traffic Law, Matrimonial Law and Title Insurance Law.

Attorney's Videos

Can I get my application fee or deposit back if I am denied the apartment?
Landlord and Tenant Law

Do I need an attorney when selling a house?
Residential Real Estate Law

Does it pay to shop around for an interest rate?
Residential Real Estate Law

Does STAR apply to all taxes on my property?
New York Property Tax Law

Has a property tax cap worked anywhere else?
New York Property Tax Law

How can different people have an interest in the same property?
Residential Real Estate Law

How can I appeal my property taxes in New York?
New York Property Tax Law

How can I get my lender to answer my questions about escrow?
Mortgage Law

How can I tell if discrimination is occurring, and what can I do about it in New York?
Residential Real Estate Law

How do I appeal an eviction case in New York?
Landlord and Tenant Law

How do I choose an agent to sell my home?
Residential Real Estate Law

How do I choose an attorney for my real estate transaction?
Residential Real Estate Law

How do I determine my profit?
Residential Real Estate Law

How do I know if the assessor has the right data on my property or my neighbors who recently improved their property?
New York Property Tax Law

How do interest rates affect my choice of a home?
Residential Real Estate Law

How much home can I afford?
Residential Real Estate Law

How will I know how much STAR is saving me in tax dollars?
New York Property Tax Law

How will I know if my STAR application was approved?
New York Property Tax Law

If I decide to file a complaint against my lender, where should I send it?
Mortgage Law

Is STAR available on my vacation residence?
New York Property Tax Law

Is the cap the answer to skyrocketing property taxes?
New York Property Tax Law

Is the real estate agent liable in New York if a potential buyer steals something from my home?
Residential Real Estate Law

My landlord is losing his New York house to foreclosure. What happens to me as a tenant?
Landlord and Tenant Law

My tenants are constantly causing damage to my house. Can I evict them now?
Landlord and Tenant Law

There can't possibly be any more closing fees, can there?
Residential Real Estate Law

What are jumbo loans?
Residential Real Estate Law

What are planned unit developments?
Residential Real Estate Law

What are the implications of landmark status being applied to a building in New York?
Residential Real Estate Law

What do I do if I disagree with my assessment in New York?
New York Property Tax Law

What does it mean to ascertain title to a property?
Residential Real Estate Law

What if my landlord in New York?
Landlord and Tenant Law

What is a foreclosure rescue scam?
Mortgage Law

What is a levy (property tax levy)?
New York Property Tax Law

What is a partition suit?
Residential Real Estate Law

What is negative amortization?
Residential Real Estate Law

What is steering?
Residential Real Estate Law

What is the difference between assessments and taxes?
New York Property Tax Law

What is the Fair Housing Act and does it apply to rentals?
Landlord and Tenant Law

What is the Fair Housing Act?
Residential Real Estate Law

What is the role of financing, deeds of trust, and mortgages in the purchase and sale of real estate?
Residential Real Estate Law

What legal protection do I have in New York after signing a listing agreement?
Residential Real Estate Law

What types of financial records constitute income documentation?
New York Property Tax Law

What will I have to pay for the attorney's services in a real estate transaction?
Residential Real Estate Law

What would happen if a taxing district conducting a reassessment passed a tax levy with a zero (0) increase?
New York Property Tax Law

When can I sublet or assign my lease in New York?
Landlord and Tenant Law

Why does the amount of my STAR exemption change from one year to the next?
New York Property Tax Law

Why have a property tax?
New York Property Tax Law

Why is a property tax cap necessary?
New York Property Tax Law

Why is buying or selling a home more complicated than buying or selling an expensive car or boat?
Residential Real Estate Law

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Law Firm Info

Ianniello, Anderson & Reilly P.C.
http://www.iarlaw.com

805 Route 146
Clifton Park, New York 12065

(518) 595-4480

About Our Firm

Ianniello, Anderson & Reilly, PC. has been an Albany and Capital District institution for more than 40 years with attorneys being among the largest providers of real estate settlement services in the Upstate New York region. With a commitment to service built on a foundation of trust, our lawyers provide counseling and legal services to individuals, business owners, lending institutions, realtors, private and commercial landlords in all areas relating to real estate and banking law, including sales and acquisitions, leasing, financing, loss mitigation, workout, land use and zoning, environmental, and syndication and securitization of commercial mortgages.

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The New York lawyer(s) at Ianniello, Anderson & Reilly P.C. offer their Landlord and Tenant Law services to residents of the New York cities of Albany, Colonie, Schenectady, Troy, Clifton Park, Guilderland, Bethlehem, Rotterdam, Saratoga Springs, Glenville, Queensbury, Niskayuna, Halfmoon, Amsterdam, Milton, East Greenbush, Cohoes, Gloversville, Glens Falls and Albany County, Clinton County, Columbia County, Essex County, Fulton County, Green County, Montgomery County, Rensselaer County, Saratoga County, Warren County, Washington County and Ulster County.


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