New York Power of Attorney for Real Estate

New York Power of Attorney for Real Estate

A power of attorney for real estate is a simple legal document that allows you to give someone the authority to buy or sell real estate for you, or to conduct any other business involving real estate that you own. Use this form written especially for New Yorkers if:

  • you will be out of town or otherwise unavailable when important real-estate documents need to be signed
  • you will not be available to look after your real estate for a period of time
  • you live far away from property that you own and you want someone else to manage it in your absence

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Authorize a trusted person to handle your New York real estate transactions for you

A power of attorney for real estate is a simple legal document that allows you to give someone the authority to buy or sell real estate for you, or to conduct any other business involving real estate that you own.

You may need to grant a trusted business associate, friend or relative a power of attorney for real estate in a number of situations:

  • you will be out of town or otherwise unavailable when important real-estate documents need to be signed
  • you will not be available to look after your real estate for a period of time
  • you live far away from property that you own and you want someone else to manage it in your absence

This indispensable form contains everything you need to make a valid power of attorney for real estate in the Empire State. Use it to place your real estate transactions securely in the hands of someone you trust -- and then rest a little easier.

Not a New York resident? Check out our Powers of Attorney for Real Estate .

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