Your Assistance to Real Estate Legal Transactions
You Need a Real Estate Attorney
Our clients involved in real estate matters are business persons, investors, developers, and private homeowners. These are difficult times for homeowners and commercial tenants alike. You need a real estate attorney to protect your rights in such a complicated legal transaction.
The first step of a legal transaction is the contract between the seller and the real estate agent. It is a wise seller who sees a real estate attorney before engaging a real estate agent. The agent’s marketing plan, commission, length of engagement, and disclosure if he or she is representing both buyer and seller need a contract.
A real estate attorney is there to make sure that what you agreed to verbally makes it into the contract. It is a small price to pay to know that if your agent is not performing as required, you can fire him or her.
Get a Mortgage To Finance
For a seller to actually sell a property, he or she must prove that he or she has the title to the property – in other words, proof that he or she owns it. The title needs to be unencumbered for the sale to go ahead. Generally, your attorney will investigate to make sure that the seller has clear possession of the title.
Most buyers get a mortgage to finance the buying of real property. These documents are complex and are best reviewed by an attorney. A closing is a meeting where the documents get signed. It is not uncommon for a buyer or a seller to allow his or her attorney to make sure that all documents are correct and execute them on his or her behalf.
Peace of Mind Throughout the Process
Real estate can be confusing, regardless of whether it is a personal home or a commercial building. Heath D. Harte can give you peace of mind throughout the process.
At the Law Offices of Heath D. Harte, we cultivate long-standing relationships with our clients based on trust and open lines of communication. For the convenience of our clients, weekend and evening appointments are available. Initial consultations are free and unlimited in time, so why wait?
We can help with issues such as:
Power of Attorney
Contact Us Today