Erie County Real Estate Closing Lawyers
About Erie County, New York:
Erie County is located in Western New York State along the border with Canada. Established in 1821, present day Erie County was originally occupied by Iroquoian speaking Indians. After the American Revolution, the tribes were forced to cede their land for siding with the British during the war. The county is one of two New York State Counties located entirely within the Adirondack State Park. Erie County occupies 1,227 square miles and has a population of approximately 918,702. Erie County is home to a number of Colleges and Universities including Buffalo State University, Buffalo University Law School and the Buffalo University Medical School. The county seat is Buffalo.
Popular attractions in Erie County include the Buffalo Zoo, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo and Erie County Botanical, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House, Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic site, Buffalo Museum of Science and the Buffalo Naval Park, the Eternal Flame Falls, Akron Falls Park, Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve, and the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino.
The median house sale price in Erie County in 2020 was $179,900.
Erie County Real Estate Attorneys are available to assist and represent buyers and sellers of residential and commercial properties throughout all of Erie County including properties located in Buffalo, Lackawanna, Tonawanda, Aurora, Brant, Colden, Eden, Grand Island, Cheektowaga, Concord, Boston, Evans, Hamburg, Lancaster, Marilla, Clarence, Alden, Wales, Elma, Holland, North Collins, Orchard Park, West Seneca, Amherst, Newstead, Sardinia, Akron, Farnham, Depew, Alden, Collins, Angola, Blasdell, East Aurora, North Collins, Kenmore, Orchard Park, Hamburg, Gowanda, Lancaster, Springville, Williamsville, and Sloan.