Real Estate Services

Real Estate Services

ARE YOU SELLING OR BUYING YOUR HOME?

Property law is complicated, there’s no doubt about that. But it’s also exactly what our experienced real estate lawyers are here to help you with. Let us de-mystify the ins and outs of real estate for you as we work together in selling or buying your home.

We can help you at any step of the process. Are you just beginning to think about selling your home? Are you working on transferring the property title? Or are you trying to engage the help of a professional home inspector, either while buying or selling a property? We are ready to step in and assist.

Our real estate legal team is committed to doing the heavy legwork for you. We’ll explain what you don’t understand. We’ll advise on concerns and issues that come up. We’ll take care of all the necessary legal requirements. We take pride in forming long-term relationships with our clients, and we will be there every step of the way.

We keep your best interests in mind so you can show up at your closing with complete peace of mind.

Buying or Selling Your Home? Simplify The Process with our Real Estate Attorneys

Our residential real estate lawyers can assist you in all of your property law needs, including:

  • Reviewing and revising contract agreements
  • Searching and examining property titles to ensure there are no defects
  • Taking care of communication and coordination with all necessary parties
  • Reviewing and executing all real estate and loan documents
  • Disbursing payments to appropriate parties
  • Transferring property title
  • Properly recording deeds and mortgages
  • Notifying tax and municipal authorities of ownership change

A misstep in any of these areas can lead to substantially complicated legal problems later on. Buying or selling a house comes with enough stress - there’s no need to add any more. There is a massive amount of confusing and conflicting information about real estate and property law available on the internet that people may feel they have to make their way through alone. That is certainly not the case.