How Can An Attorney Assist In A Real Estate Transaction?Download Our Free Real Estate Guide
As an experienced real estate attorney, clients often ask “How Can An Attorney Assist In A Real Estate Transaction?” Check out the following educational video by Buffalo Real Estate Lawyer Richard H. Cole as he explains how hiring an experienced real estate attorney can make the entire process easier. If you have questions about a real estate purchase or sale, please contact us to schedule a consultation. Let our experience work for you.
- Whether you are a buyer or a seller, your attorney will assist you from the time you enter the contract all the way through the closing and beyond. Once your attorney receives the contract, he will reach out to you to discuss the contract and its terms, assess your personal situation – whether you will be selling, buying, or renting a home, and whether you’re coming from out of state or moving out of state – to understand how to assist you.
- Following that conversation, the attorney can prepare the attorney approval letter under the terms of the contract. Then, depending upon whether they’re helping you buy or sell, they’ll pursue the next steps.
- If you’re the seller, they will ask you to gather and provide certain documents. If you are the purchaser, the next step is the title examination and communication with you about the terms of your mortgage.
- Your attorney should educate you on the contract, the flow of the contract, any significant or unusual terms, and your obligations under the terms of the agreement.