Nassau County House Closing Lawyers
About Nassau County, New York:
Nassau County is located on the western portion of Long Island, nestled between Queens County to the west and Suffolk County on the east. Nassau County was once actually part of Queens until 1898 when Queens County was divided, and Nassau County was established. Nassau County occupies a total 453.2 square miles however, 168.5 square miles is under water. The population of Nassau County is approximately 1.4 million. Nassau was originally home to the Marsapeque, Matinecoc, and Secatogue Indians.
Today Nassau County is known for its opulent estates on the North Shore, known as the gold coast, which served as the inspiration and backdrop for F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel “ The Great Gatsby”. Other sites of interest include Theodore Roosevelt’s home at Sagamore Hill, the Miracle Mile in Manhasset, and Belmont racetrack in Elmont. Nassau County has the 12th highest median household income in the country and the highest in New York State.
In the 12 months ending February 2019, 10,798 single family homes were sold in Nassau County with a medium price of $ 540,751. The most expensive areas in Nassau are Old Westbury and Manhasset, with a medium price of approximately $1.5 million.
Nassau County Real Estate Lawyers are prepared to assist and represent buyers and sellers of residential and commercial properties throughout all of Nassau County including Glen Cove, Long Beach, Hempstead, Brookville, Laurel Hollow, East Hills, Floral Park, Lake Success, Cedarhurst, Great Neck Plaza, North Hempstead, Oyster Bay, Farmingdale, Hewlett, Kings Point, Garden City, Freeport, Lattingtown, Lynbrook, New Hyde Park, Muttontown, Mineola, North Hills, Old Brookville, Matinecock, Mill Neck, Old Westbury, Roslyn, Westbury, Port Washington, Williston Park, Upper Brookville, Oyster Bay Cove, Sands Point, Plandome, Valley Stream, and Rockville Centre.