Our Wheaton residential real estate contract attorneys are here to ensure that your interests are negotiated effectively on your behalf. We are here to help you negotiate any real estate contracts efficiently and protect your rights using every resource available. Our lawyers create, review, and implement real estate contracts based on your needs and protect your rights.
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Wheaton Residential Real Estate Contract Attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the qualities to look for when hiring your commercial real estate attorney.
This article by our Wheaton residential real estate attorneys discusses the importance of having a real estate attorney to handle your real estate needs. The list of problems that can arise during a real estate transaction is lengthy and without an attorney to handle those problems, should they arise, the process can be scary. Beyond issues that can happen with any real estate transaction, certain scenarios nearly demand to have an experienced attorney. Below we’ll cover five common scenarios when, as a seller or buyer, you should hire a real estate attorney and what you risk by not having one on your side.
Wheaton Residential Real Estate Contract Attorneys Kevin O'Flaherty explains how attorneys can modify residential real estate contracts.
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:
Our Wheaton residential real estate attorneys will staunchly protect his client's interests while, at the same time, working to achieve a meeting of the minds between the parties so as to prevent the deal from falling through.
Wheaton residential real estate contract attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains Residential Real Estate Contracts.
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. Check out our previous article, Attorney Modification of Residential Real Estate Contracts, for more on this topic. In this article, we will discuss the top 5 things you should be on the look out for when reviewing the contract with your real estate attorney.
It's important to understand what to look for when reviewing a contract, and our Wheaton residential real estate attorneys lay out pertinent information for you in this article.