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Consultation for Selling Real Estate

Phone Call

  • 15 minutes
  • Phone Call
  • Conference Call

Service Description

A real estate lawyer is a legal professional who specializes in real estate law and provides legal representation to clients involved in real estate transactions. Real estate lawyers can represent buyers, sellers, lenders, landlords, tenants, and other parties with an interest in real estate. The role of a real estate lawyer can vary depending on the specific transaction and the needs of the client. Some of the services that a real estate lawyer can provide include: When you are purchasing real estate, it can be beneficial to have legal representation to help protect your interests and ensure that the transaction goes smoothly. The seller may also have legal representation to protect their own interests. There are several ways in which legal representation can help during a real estate purchase: 1. Reviewing the purchase agreement: A lawyer can review the purchase agreement to ensure that it is fair and equitable, and that it accurately reflects the terms of the deal. 2. Conducting title searches: A lawyer can conduct a title search to ensure that there are no liens, encumbrances, or other issues with the property that could affect the sale. 3. Negotiating terms: A lawyer can negotiate on your behalf to ensure that the terms of the sale are favorable to you. 4. Facilitating the closing: A lawyer can help facilitate the closing of the sale, ensuring that all necessary documents are signed and filed appropriately. Purchase contract preparation, review, and negotiation Advising on required seller disclosures Assistance with financing matter Loan documentation review Title & closing services Issuance of title insurance Assistance with meeting contract deadlines Closing statement preparation/review Resolving title issues Obtaining judgment and loan payoffs Advising on how to take title (including corporate/trust formation) Preparation of closing & conveyance documents Attendance at closing It is important to note that the seller may also have legal representation, which can help ensure that their interests are protected during the transaction. However, it is important to remember that the seller's lawyer is not your lawyer and is not working in your best interests. It is therefore advisable to have your own legal representation to protect your interests during the real estate purchase process.

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