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Anthony Bernard Iacovangelo

Anthony Iacovangelo’s client reviews

     2.0 stars 4 total

Review Anthony Iacovangelo
  • 5.0 stars

    Posted by Jeff

    Best Attorney in Rochester!

    I have used Anthony on several closing and he has always been upfront and honest. I have never had any problems with my closings, they were handled professionally and in a timely manner. I look forward working with Anthony in the future.

  • 1.0 star

    Posted by Gary

    Very Dishonest!

    Was recommended by my real estate agent. He is the worst! Have a HUD 1 dated prior to my closing quoting me $750 legal fee. Anthony knew I was moving to the west coast on day of closing and I had no room for error. This guy surprised me at the closing with a $1599.50 legal fee and told me take it or leave it. He screwed me hard. This guy is a dishonest lawyer and no one should ever use him.

  • 1.0 star

    Posted by Home buyer

    unprofessional, stock- up.

    Used him when purchasing my house.
    He forgot to mention that taxes were not paid, something got screwed in town hall (I suspect not without his help) I ended up paying penalties.
    Ripped a page from house abstract (what was that for?) to show it to me.
    (too lazy to move the whole book?)

  • 1.0 star

    Posted by a Real Estate client

    Arrogant and not very knowegeable

    He was recommended by my real estate agent.
    I am not impressed by any means.
    At closing I asked if it would be better to keep the original certificate of occupancy in my possession. He immediately ripped it from the abstract of title and handed it to me.
    I had to go to the Abstract Title Inc. and ask them to attach the certificate to the abstract so it can be kept safe.
    He did not mention that I am responsible for the tax bill whether I get the bill or not. (Well, this is no brainier, but he could have mentioned that I was not getting the bill since there was less than a week left between closing and bills being sent out). In later conversation he claimed that he did not know that it takes 6 to 8 weeks for the County to notify the town of the owner change. I can attribute his behavior to either to his lack of knowledge or simple careless of the client. (I suspect both). He was rude to me when I called and pointed out that he could have been more organized while working for me.
    He does not seem to care about the client and is not afraid to show it.