Cayuga County Real Estate Closing Lawyers
About Cayuga County, New York:
Cayuga County is located in the Finger Lakes region of New York State, with a small portion of the county extending north to Lake Ontario. The county was created in 1799 from land sectioned off from Onondaga County. The County was substantially larger at that time as it included territory that would later become Seneca and Tompkins County. Cayuga County was named after the Cayuga Indians, one of the tribes of the Iroquois Confederacy. The county occupies a total area of 864 square miles square miles however 172 square miles (20 percent), is under water. The population of Cayuga County is approximately 76,576. The county seat is Auburn.
Popular attractions in Cayuga County include the Harriet Tubman Home, Fillmore Glen State Park, Fair Haven beach State Park, Owasco Lake, Seward House Museum, Schweinfurth Art center, and the Colloca Estate Winery.
The median house sale price in Cayuga County in 2020 was $ 140,000.
Cayuga County Real Estate Lawyers are available to assist and represent buyers and sellers of residential and commercial properties throughout all of Cayuga County including properties located in Aurelius, Brutus, Mentz, Springport, Montezuma, Summerhill, Venice, Cayuga, Port Byron, Weedsport, Moravia, Throop, Owasco, Sempronius, Victory, Aurora, Niles, Fair Haven, Moravia, Scipio, Cato, Union Springs, Conquest, Fleming, Ira, Cato, Genoa, Ledyard, Sennett, Locke, Sterling, Meridian, and elsewhere throughout Cayuga County.