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 Ronald S. Cook, LLM, JD, MBA - Broker at Ronald S. Cook

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Ronald S. Cook

Lisc. # 10351206493

  • Licensed Real Estate Agent (Initial license in 1991)

  • Licensed Real Estate Broker

  • Hundreds of testimonials. Established reputation

  • Top 10% most viewed profile on Linkedin

  • LLM, Masters degree in law

  • JD, Juris Doctrine (law degree*)

  • MBA, Masters degree in business

  • BSBA, Bachelors degree in business administration

  • Graduate level commercial real estate training

  • Prior mortgage broker license and lending experience

Mr. Cook is a member of the Long Island Board of REALTORS®, Inc. (LIBOR) which is a large not-for-profit trade association that serves real estate professionals throughout Nassau, Suffolk and Queens counties. LIBOR is the largest local REALTOR® Board in the USA.

Members subscribe to a strict Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. Not every real estate salesperson is a REALTOR® member. Mr. Cook is also a member of the National Association of REALTORS® and the New York State Association of REALTORS®



Mr. Cook is a Member of the Multiple Listing Service of Long Island, Inc. (MLSLI), which is a computerized network of thousands of cooperating real estate offices, located across Nassau, Suffolk and Queens counties. Within this service, thousands of professional REALTORS®, both owner brokers and their sales associates, share listing and sale information, and work together to serve the buying and selling public.

  Real Estate Services Provided:

  • Homeowners: Selling or purchasing residential real estate

  • Landlords: Leasing and renting commercial and residential real estate

  • Tenants: Leasing and renting commercial and residential real estate

  • Investors: Commercial and residential investment opportunities.

  • Businesses: Why lease when you can own your own building?

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*Under N.Y. law, a licensed attorney cannot simultaneously perform legal services and real estate broker services within the same transaction for the same client. This means that if you do business with a real estate broker, you must not ask for (nor can you expect to receive) legal advice from that broker (who also holds a law license) pertaining to the transaction. The reason for this rule is to avoid any potential conflict of interest.