The time has finally come. You’ve settled on the home of your dreams, have the funds you need to make an offer, and you feel like you’re on cloud nine. But are you sure that every document is signed and sealed?
Let’s look at some of the ways a real estate lawyer can make your closing process even better.
Clear Explanation of Process
Before you grab your pen and sign on the dotted line to make the house your own, your real estate lawyer will carefully go over all of the paperwork with you to explain exactly what it is that you are signing.
It might take you an hour or so to get through, but having a clear understanding of your home buying process and the paperwork involved is much easier to do when you have a real estate attorney reviewing these documents with you.
Reviews Final Figures
Buying a home is often the largest financial transaction in a person’s life, so it is very understandable that you would want to make sure that you are not overpaying for your new home.
While you may be excited to perform the transfer of funds and move into your house immediately, a real estate lawyer will review all the figures to ensure accuracy.
Keeps things on time
Buying or Selling a home typically involves many different parties such as: buyers, sellers, realtors, lenders, and title company representatives. With all these different parties involved, delays can be common.
A good real estate attorney will push to keep all parties on track to avoid delays and ensure a timely and smooth closing transaction.
When the day comes for you to close on buying a house, you may be feeling the itch to unload your truck and start hauling furniture right away. Before you sign off and grab the keys, though, make sure a trusted real estate lawyer has ensured that all of your worries can be left at the door. Give our team of experienced representatives a call today at (630) 444-7504 or visit us online to book a meeting with our team in time for your home purchase.
Disclaimer: This blog post is provided by LaCava Law Law, LLC for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. You should consult with a local attorney regarding your specific situation.