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Navigating a Residential Real Estate Closing - 28483

Faculty: Enza Brandi, Esq.

As you will learn in Ms. Brandi’s lecture, real estate closings are as much of an art as they are a science. Making sure that your client’s goals are met can be tricky and making sure a deal doesn’t fall apart is no easy task. Ms. Brandi shares her considerable experience to help you navigate the treacherous waters of real estate closings to ensure that there is nothing but smooth sailing for your client.

 

Date: Online

Credits: 2

$75 $50

$75 $50

As you will learn in Ms. Brandi’s lecture, real estate closings are as much of an art as they are a science. Making sure that your client’s goals are met can be tricky and making sure a deal doesn’t fall apart is no easy task. Ms. Brandi shares her considerable experience to help you navigate the treacherous waters of real estate closings to ensure that there is nothing but smooth sailing for your client.

 

NY CLE credits: 2.0 Professional Practice

NJ CLE credits: 2.0  Real Estate Closings

CA CLE credits: 2.0 General

PA CLE credits: 2.0 General

Enza Brandi, formerly  practicing law as Enza Cammarasana, is the founder of The Enza Brandi Law Firm, PLLC, with concentrations in the areas of foreclosure defense, real estate, commercial litigation and personal injury, handling diverse and complex litigation.  Ms. Brandi has been practicing law since 1993, and founded a law firm in 1996 after working for a prestigious Long Island law firm with a heavy concentration in commercial litigation.  She presently works very “Of Counsel” to the law firms of Horan & Wagner, PC and Barton & Klieger, PC. , and to the Honorable Justice Ira J. Raab, retired Nassau County Supreme Court Justice.

Ms. Brandi is admitted to practice law in New York and the Federal Courts in the Southern and Eastern Districts.  She is a member of the New York State and Suffolk County Bar Associations.  Ms. Brandi has lectured in the area of real estate and has been frequently quoted in the Real Estate section of Newsday.com.   She graduated with honors from New York Law School, and clerked for the Honorable Justice Frank Vaccaro of the Kings County Supreme Court both during and after law school, wherein she reviewed motions and drafted decisions, assisted in trials, and engaged in extensive legal research.   It was in the Court arena that Ms. Brandi honed her skills in legal research, writing and litigation.