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Many homeowners think that their property sale will be an easy and uncomplicated process, with money and property changing hands quickly. However, even the simplest disagreement can cause long negotiations and impasses—impasses that can only be solved with the help of an experienced attorney.

Let’s break down three of the ways a real estate lawyer can improve your property negotiations.

1.) Ensure Deadlines Are Met

Nobody likes to be pushy and bothersome, so it can be easy when, during negotiations, hard deadlines become blurred or forgotten and the entire home-buying process can grind to a halt.

While our team of professionals is very polite and courteous, they’re also not afraid to make sure deadlines are met, promises are kept, and all documents are provided in a timely manner.

2.) Clears Up Any Property Discrepancies

Because of their large size, many people make the mistake of thinking that what they’re seeing is what they are getting. However, you should always remember that you’re not just buying the structure, but also the land it sits on, and unfortunately, there are plenty of opportunities for disputes when it comes to land.

Hiring an experienced attorney who understands what to look for and how to help you avoid costly mistakes is crucial when selling a home.

3.) Stands Up For a Fair Deal

Humans are naturally trusting when it comes to social interactions, and many of us think that because we are coming to a real estate deal in good faith that the people on the other end are too. That isn’t always the case though.

Homebuyers may try to fabricate inspection issues or magnify minor problems with your property. A trusted lawyer who can analyze and dispute their claims means you aren’t being taken advantage of during the negotiation process.

About the Author

Michael LaCava

Attorney Michael LaCava has a remarkable passion for helping people navigate the intricate realms of real estate and estate planning, and his journey is a testament to his unwavering dedication to both his professional pursuits and his role as a devoted family man.

Since 2013, Michael has honed his skills to become a trusted advisor for individuals seeking guidance in their property transactions and estate planning endeavors. His expertise extends beyond the technicalities of the law, as he is genuinely committed to understanding his clients’ unique needs and ensuring their financial and legal well-being.

Outside the professional realm, Michael finds comfort and joy in his role as a family man. He is a loving husband to his wife, Melanie, and a devoted father to three awesome kids. In his free time, you’ll find Michael and his family immersed in a variety of activities. From camping trips that bring them closer to nature, to fishing adventures that instill a love for the outdoors, to sporting events where  Michael enthusiastically cheers on and coaches his kids in their various sports, Michael cherishes these moments as opportunities to connect and share his life’s journey with family and friends.


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