Neil Garfinkel is quoted in a New York Times article (April 12, 2008) by Hillary Chura – “How To Own A Home and Still Be Friends”

An excerpt from the article appears below:

Buyers need to know — and abide by — their limits, said Neil Garfinkel, a Manhattan lawyer with offices in Long Island and California.

“When you buy a place to live, there is emotional baggage,” Mr. Garfinkel said. “I very strongly suggest that when you buy for investment, you set guidelines out such as ‘I will spend this amount. After that, I’ll walk away.’ When you buy a vacation property, those rules apply even more.”