Hire a Professional

Selecting a qualified, competent real estate attorney can save you costly mistakes throughout the process. Ideally, you should bring your real estate attorney on board before you make a purchase, and should consult with him or her before you sign any document.

Much of your attorney's work will be behind the scenes, arranging the closing and monitoring the progress of the other members of your real estate team to ensure that the purchase progresses as well as possible. Your attorney will be the glue that holds the complex buying and selling process together, they will:

  • Draft, review, explain and/or negotiate your real estate contract
  • Discuss timing and possession issues
  • Communicate and negotiate repair issues related by your home inspector
  • Examine the title commitment
  • Explain any contract contingencies and monitor deadlines to make sure contingencies are met
  • Explain available mortgage financing options
  • Representation at closing to ensure compliance with the contract and to review the loan documents credit.

Additional Services Provided
by a Real Estate Attorney:

  • Appraisals
  • Architect Agreements
  • Construction Contracts
  • Easement Review
  • Foreclosure
  • Financing Arrangements
  • Land Leases
  • Landlord – Tenant Matters
  • New Construction
  • Ownership Disputes
  • Property Tax Challenge
  • Right Of Way
  • Tax Assessment Representation
  • Time-Share
  • Title Insurance
  • Zoning Issues