Why Do I Need A San Antonio Real Estate Attorney?
There are many facets to a real estate transaction for which an attorney should be consulted, some of which are detailed below. Careful consideration should be taken during each step, from start to finish.
- negotiation of price and sales terms
- preparation of letters of intent and/or contracts for purchase and sale
- management of option fees, and escrow of earnest money
- management of feasibility and option periods
- management of property appraisal and inspection
- negotiation of repairs and price subsequent to appraisals, inspection and/or feasibility periods
- review of the title commitment and response to the title company’s requests for additional documents and other information requests
- review and/or preparation of financing documents, such as the promissory note and deed of trust
- review and confirm accuracy of the money trail detailed in the closing statement
- review and/or preparation of numerous closing documents, from disclosures to deeds
What Are The Most Common Types Of Real Estate Disputes That Lead To Lawsuits?
The most common allegation in real estate litigation is a seller misrepresented and/or failed to disclose the property’s condition. When selling a property, err on the side of disclosure.
When Do I Need A San Antonio Real Estate Attorney?
Real estate is often the largest asset owned by an individual, family, or entity. A real estate transaction has many participants, from buyers and sellers, to real estate agents, to inspectors, appraisers, contractors, attorneys, property managers, mortgage loan officers, and title/escrow officers. The Law Office of Seth K. Bell will be on your side throughout the process protecting your best interest.
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