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Benefits of involving an attorney a real estate closing

| Jul 16, 2020 | Real Estate Transactions |

When a Florida resident buys a home they can feel completely overwhelmed. The amount of paperwork that needs to be completed is tremendous and the process is complicated. Having an attorney representing a buyer’s interest in the real estate transaction can be important.

Everyone who has gone through the purchasing of a home in Florida understands how confusing and complicated the process can be. Despite not requiring an attorney during residential real estate transactions in Florida, the benefits of having an attorney can be undeniable. Hiring an attorney during a real estate transaction can review and explain the effects of signing a contract, can advise each party of their responsibilities under the terms of the agreement and advise the various deadlines for each party. An attorney can also act as the escrow agent for the purchaser’s earnest money which can instill confidence in both parties and can expedite an exit from the contract if a problem comes up. An attorney can also advise in the title closing process and can make sure the process takes place quickly and protects the interests of the buyer and seller.

Purchasing a property is an exciting time for Florida residents. No one wants the process to go badly and having an attorney who is skilled in real estate transactions can ensure there are no surprises and the process goes smoothly.

Purchasing a home in Florida is a complicated process. A successful real estate transaction is more than just document preparation and there can be many problems that buyers and sellers encounter. It can be a good idea for buyers and sellers to involve an attorney during the real estate process to make sure their interests are protected.

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