The Importance of Real Estate Attorneys
Here’s a quick explanation of the crucial role real estate attorneys play.
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A real estate attorney completes necessary tasks in every real estate transaction. They are going to order title, plan a survey, schedule well and septic inspections, and more. They charge a flat fee, usually around $500.
Sometimes there will be a postcard in the mail when you’re selling that advertises a real estate attorney for $199. You need to be careful about who you’re hiring. You want a real estate attorney, not somebody who is going to end up in court. The people who send these types of mailings usually aren’t true real estate attorneys, and they tend to cut corners.
"Your real estate attorney is there to protect you."
A true real estate attorney will maximize the money in your pocket. They can provide you with opportunities to save money on title, help the inspections to come out in a better place, and their knowledge of city/village requirements is paramount.
The most important thing is that your real estate attorney is there to protect you. Take this situation we had last week: Someone hired an attorney who spends time in court. The property did not close on time and is not closing, and the blame for that has fallen on the real estate attorney. There are already talks of lawsuits being filed in this case.
Please hire a real estate attorney that has been recommended to you by a real estate professional like myself. If you need recommendations or have any real estate-related questions, don't hesitate to reach out via phone or email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.