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What Does A Real Estate Attorney Do? Important Things to Know

By February 16, 2022No Comments


Purchasing or selling a new property can be stressful on any individual. The multifaceted transaction includes aspect of contract law, real estate law, negotiation skills, and most importantly, human and psychological skills to deal with the many individuals involved in it: realtors, brokers, appraisers, financiers, banks, attorneys, paralegals, inspectors, and surveyors.

When purchasing a property, the Real Estate attorney will prepare all the documentation to ensure that when it is all set and done, you have a good marketable, lien-free title to your property.  The attorney will make sure all the work being done is legally accurate by reading countless complex contracts.

One very important function of a real estate attorney is to help the buyer with an accurate title search and successful funds transfer—to the person that needs to actually receive the funds of the transaction. A Real Estate Attorney can also prepare contracts and documentation that is personalized to your specific situation. For example, some owners will want their property under a limited liability company or a trust. A real estate attorney can help customize the closing documents, so title is received according to the client’s preferences.

When hiring a lawyer to assist you in the purchase or sale of your property, the client will likely save money by avoiding unnecessary issues that could arise. Your real estate attorney can help with your transfer of property, property tax issues and much more. Additionally, having an experienced and trusted real estate legal professional can give you peace of mind and confidence that they will have your best interest in mind.

For more information about real estate transactions contact a real estate attorney at Ayala at 305-570-2208 or email at eduardo@ayalalawpa.com.

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