Schuman & Associates LLC
1536 Third Avenue
4th Floor
New York, NY 10028


Keith Schuman, ESQ. Keith A. Schuman, Esq.

Keith Schuman is a graduate of University of Pennsylvania and Cornell University Law School. He has extensive experience in transactional real estate work.

Keith specializes in the purchase and sale of condominium and cooperative apartments and single-family homes and represents real estate developers, owners, operators, purchasers, and sellers of commercial and residential properties. He also represents landlords and tenants in commercial lease transactions, borrowers and lending institutions in commercial and residential financings, boards of cooperative and condominium buildings, and sponsors in the development of residential cooperatives and condominiums.

Keith is the author of A Guide to Purchasing a Home in New York, a complete and concise overview of the home buying process and has written many articles on real estate matters. Keith developed the Schuman & Associates Lecture Series and is a frequent guest lecturer for New York real estate brokers.

Keith Schuman is a New York State Certified Real Estate Continuing Education Instructor.  In addition to the Lecture Series, Keith also offers New Agent Training.

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Steven Altmann, ESQ. Steven M. Altmann, Esq.

Steven M. Altmann is a graduate of Quinnipiac University and New England Law | Boston. He works primarily with the representation of buyers and sellers in residential real estate transactions in the NYC Metro area. He is admitted to practice in New York.

The scope of Stevenís representation of buyers and sellers includes contract drafting, contract negotiation, due diligence, title review, survey review, assistance with financing documents and representation at closing.

Steven also has experience representing major lending institutions involved in purchasing and refinancing residential and commercial properties.

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Brandon James, ESQ. Brandon M. James, Esq.

Brandon James is a graduate of the University of Michigan and Fordham University School of Law. While in law school, Brandon served as an Editor on the Fordham International Law Journal, and has studied international law at Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, South Korea.

Brandon has prior experience with the NYC Housing Preservation and Development Section 8 Appeals Unit. He has also represented clients in the New York County Criminal Court. He is admitted to practice in New York.

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