By any standard, Manhattan trusts and estates lawyer Edward F. Campbell Jr. got a great deal on his house in ultra-exclusive Lloyd Harbor on Long Island’s North Shore.

For no down payment and a mere $1,000 a month, he was assigned the deed to a seven-bedroom house sitting on two wooded acres in a village where the median home sale price has been close to $2 million in recent years.

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