It doesn’t matter if you are buying a home, selling a home, or a current homeowner, there could come a point when you require the services of a legal professional.
It’s hard to imagine the need for such a service, until a problem comes about that you are unable to handle on your own.
Some of the most common residential real estate legal services are associated with:
— The review of real estate contracts, such as before a home is closed on.
— The order and review of title insurance.
— Representation during a real estate closing.
— Title change after a person passes on or a divorce is finalized.
— Termination of a real estate contract.
— A landlord tenant dispute.
Along with the above, homeowners often turn to a real estate attorney if they are faced with foreclosure or a short sale. In this case, you may need to speak with somebody who knows the ins and outs of the law, as well as the steps you can take to avoid serious trouble in the future.
When it comes to the often-crazy world of residential real estate, it’s better to be safe than sorry.
At our law firm, we have helped many homeowners, buyers, and sellers with a variety of real estate related challenges.
We know the law like the back of our hand, and are able to pass this knowledge along to our clients.
Your home, or one that you are buying or selling, is a big investment. Be sure to make all the right decisions at all the right times.