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ISO New York Closing Companies

Discussion in 'Ratings of Timeshare Related Businesses' started by CalGalTraveler, Sep 9, 2017.

  1. CalGalTraveler

    CalGalTraveler TUG Member

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    Selling a New York timeshare. Need a reputable, low cost New York Closing and Escrow service so I can sell myself on TUG. New York requires a lawyer to close so many popular timeshare closing companies can not service this.
     
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    I would still contact LT Transfer. They have a lawyer on their payroll. If they can't handle it they'll tell you. I bought a TS from a fellow Tugger and used them (legal timeshare transfer). It was a very smooth transaction that went very well. Much better than my experience buying off of Redweek that included Re/Max agent to guide the process.
     
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    Thanks for the idea. I contacted LT and unfortunately, they don't have a NY lawyer on their staff.

    Any other recommendations?
     
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    Hi CalGal,

    I don't know of a NY lawyer, but I used Timeshare Title, located in Pennsylvania, for one of my timeshare closings. Pennsylvania is a neighboring state to NY, so maybe you could ask the staff there and they could point you in the right direction.
    http://www.timesharetitle.com/

    Carol
     

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