Whether you are a first time homebuyer or a seasoned seller, a successful real estate closing is when you are kept informed and close on time with few surprises. For borrowers, buyers and sellers, our attorneys, who specialize in real estate law, and our professional staff make your experience productive and pleasant.
Purchase and Sale Agreements
For residential closings, we will review the agreement and make necessary changes at no charge. This agreement is an important contract affecting every aspect of a client's purchase or sale. We will make sure clients have a thorough understanding of the contract's provisions before they sign it. As we review the purchase and sale agreement for a client, we will be looking out for the client's interests and making the necessary changes.
We are on the closings list with most of the region's lenders and many national lenders. If we are not listed with a lender, we can request our firm's inclusion to do your closings.
Our attorneys and title examiners will thoroughly complete title examinations to ensure the titles are free and clear of any issues before you purchase a property. If you are selling a property, we perform title rundowns to take care of any title issues prior to closings.
A Thorough Service
Our attorneys have more than fifteen years experience specializing in real estate. Plus we have a responsive and reliable support staff that will answer your questions and help expedite the closing process.
A Convenient Service
Our fees are competitive, and we offer discounts to prior clients. Using our web site, we can request and receive documents from lenders and make any last minute revisions in addition to corresponding with our clients. We can arrange for sellers to sign their documents in advance and not require their presence at closing. Homesteads are automatically part of your purchases, copies will be made of all your loan documents and we will arrange the closing at a convenient time for you.
For Sale by Owner
Some sellers are deciding to sell their homes without the assistance of realtors. It is a challenging job and takes a commitment by the homeowner, but you can save thousands of dollars on the commission. However, there are many legal issues you need to consider. If you decide to sell a home on your own, you should work with an attorney, who will guide you through the legal hurdles. Our office has experience assisting clients in selling their homes without realtors. We will provide you with the documents and advice you need along the way for a successful closing.
Call us at (413) 781-1202, or provide us with the information online by clicking here.