After viewing different properties and finding one you like, the next step is to make an offer to buy. To make an offer, a real estate agent will prepare a standard agreement. In Florida, most residential real estate transactions are governed by the “As Is” Residential Contract for Sale and Purchase, a form that has been approved by both the Florida Bar and the Florida Realtors association.Read More
Buying a property is one of the most significant purchases you can make. Therefore, you should hire a real estate lawyer to provide specific legal advice and guide you through the process of closing on the purchase of property, whether commercial or residential. Lawyers, for example, can offer legal advice on covenants, restrictions on real estate, and deed problems, and help resolve disputes over encroachment, trespass and other boundaries issues. Also, Lawyers will be able to advise on how to take title to the property and how to minimize liability risks connected with the property ownership.
Other duties of a qualified lawyer in real estate transactions fall into three major categories:Read More