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Cortland County Real Estate Closing Lawyers

About Cortland County, New York:

Cortland County was established in 1808 and was formed by sectioning off the southern half of what was at the time Onondaga County. Cortland County occupies 502 square miles and has a population of approximately 18,696. Cortland County is home to the state University of New York at Cortland, and Tompkins Cortland Community College. The county seat is Cortland.

Popular attractions and points of interest in Cortland County include the 1890 House Museum, Dowd Fine Arts Center, Green Peak, the Cortland County Historical Society, Suggest Park and Yaman Park.

The median house sale price in Cortland County in 2020 was $128,574.  Cortland County Real Estate Lawyers are available to assist and represent buyers and sellers of residential and commercial properties throughout all of Cortland County including properties located in Cincinnatus, Cuyler, Homer, Lapeer, Freetown, Cortland, Marathon, Cortlandville, Harford, Solon, Preble, Scott, Virgil, Taylor, Truxton, Marathon, Willet, McGraw, and Homer as well as elsewhere in Cortland County.