Our Peoria residential real estate attorneys ensure that your real estate contract or property negotiated on your behalf and protect your interests. Our lawyers create, review, and implement real estate contracts based on your specific needs and protect your rights.
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Peoria Residential Real Estate Contract Attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the importance of hiring a residential real estate attorney.
Many problems can arise during a real estate transaction, and it's important to have a real estate attorney on hand to help you through the process. Real estate transactions can be intimidating, but having an attorney to help you can ensure that your transaction is handled with care and completed with accuracy. In this article, we cover a few scenarios that having an attorney on-hand could prevent. Some of these scenarios include:
Peoria Residential Real Estate Contract Lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discusses things to look out for when dealing with a Peoria Residential Real Estate contract.
When you sign a contract for the purchase or sale of residential real estate, you will typically have 5 days to review the contract with your attorney in order for your attorney to modify its terms. In this article, our Peoria residential real estate attorneys will discuss the top 5 things you should be on the look out for when reviewing a residential contract with your real estate attorney, including:
Peoria residential real estate contract attorneys Kevin O'Flaherty explains attorney modifications in residential real estate.
When you sell or purchase a home, your realtor will usually present you with a widely used form contract. The realtor will have the ability to customize that form to fit your needs. The contract will typically provide that each party's attorney will have 5 business days to:
(1) approve the contract;
(2) reject the contract; or
(3) negotiate modifications to the contract.
Our Peoria residential real estate contract attorneys explain modifications that can be made to these contracts so that they are better suited for your needs.