As you know, buying a home can be one of the biggest decisions you ever make. The same holds true if you are selling a property. For this reason, you need to put yourself on the right path to success early on.
It doesn't matter if you are closing on a residential or commercial property, it goes without saying that there are many details to take into consideration. If you neglect to focus on what matters most, you could make a mistake that costs you both time and money.
With the help of a qualified real estate closing attorney, you can focus on details such as:
-- Title examination. In short, the title needs to be examined to ensure that there are no defects.
-- Title insurance. Even after a title examination has been completed, it's still a good idea for title insurance to be issued.
-- The closing process. This is when you actually sit down at the closing table, sign all the necessary documents and transfer the property. There are many documents that require your attention at this time, including but not limited to the deed and the promissory note.
A real estate closing does not have to be confusing, but you never know what could pop up along the way. If you find yourself buying or selling in the near future, consult with a legal professional on the steps you can take to protect yourself.
At our law firm, we have helped many buyers and sellers make their way through the closing process without any hassles.