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Real estate closings: How an attorney helps

You can handle your real estate closing yourself. You can use a real estate agent to assist you with the transaction as well, but you can also use a real estate attorney if you want to make sure you've crossed all of your T's and dotted your I's. In fact, the use of a real estate attorney to represent you in your real estate sale or purchase is an intelligent move considering the fact that the transaction is likely valued at more than $100,000.

Here are a few things to think about when considering how a real estate attorney could help you in your transaction:

An objective opinion

An attorney will look at your purchase contract with different eyes and from a business-oriented perspective. This will help you keep your emotions out of the deal, and it could prevent you from agreeing to a transaction that doesn't reflect your best interests.

Professional guidance:

A real estate attorney will know the ins and outs of the real estate market and what to expect while carrying out a purchase or sale of real estate in your area. This kind of experience and knowledge is so valuable that many attorneys will hire a real estate attorney to help them with their real estate transactions if they don't have experience in this area of the law.

Two heads are better than one

A real estate transaction has a lot of moving parts and if you are the buyer, chances are that you're dealing only with the seller's real estate agent. You need a team of your own to represent your interests and there's nothing better than to have a skilled real estate attorney on this team.

If you're ready to work with a real estate attorney for your next purchase or sale, our law office is available to discuss your circumstances and advise you of your legal rights and options.

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