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If you are dealing with buying, selling, renting, leasing, or any other legal matters with either private or commercial real estate in Florida, hiring an experienced real estate attorney should be one of the first things you do. Real estate transactions can be complicated, and there are many different aspects of the industry that are best left to a legal advisor. Take a look below to see a few ways that we can help you through your real estate dealings, and contact us today to discuss your upcoming transactions or projects during an initial consultation.
What Does a Real Estate Attorney Do?
A real estate attorney offers their services to cover any and all parts of your legal property work, from things such as verifying the legitimacy of a rental agreement to handling massive property transactions. In addition, it is extremely helpful to enlist an attorney to understand your closing documents when you are buying or selling a piece of real estate, you do not want to be surprised.
Here are a few things that you can hire a real estate attorney for:
- Write or review real estate documents, such as
- Purchase agreements
- Title documents
- Lending documents
- Assist or represent their client during real estate disputes relating to title issues, boundary line disputes, landlocked parcel access, or various contract issues
- Any other issues you may have involving your real estate
If you are planning to buy, sell, mortgage, or lease your property, we highly suggest that you speak with a member of our team to discuss how we can help you with our history of real estate experience.
Should I Hire a Real Estate Attorney?
Tampa Bay and the surrounding areas have many high-value properties that are constantly being bought and sold, and there are many property developers and real estate companies who are in the business of working towards maximizing their returns on any deal they are involved in. You can be almost certain that each party involved in a real estate deal will be using a real estate attorney to go through and make sure that everyone in the deal is addressed, that all documents are written as agreed, and that their client is fully clear on everything they are agreeing to in the deal. In addition, they will work to make any amendments to the deal that are necessary.
You need an attorney with your interests in mind while working through a real estate deal. Having an attorney can save you time, money, and prevent future headaches.
In addition, any time you are dealing with any possible dispute about property lines, title issues, or anything else where you are dealing with legal issues with another party, you will want to bring in an attorney, if for nothing else but to determine the type of problem on your hands.
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Buying or Selling Property
Buying and selling property is likely a major transaction in your life, and you want to be sure that you have the advice of a professional while working with a broker and signing a written contract, before doing a title search to ensure that the title is free of any issues such as long-lost grandchildren who own a small percentage of the property, or other potential pitfalls.
Once you have finalized all of the research to satisfy all parties who are involved, you will sign the final closing documents using a title company, and the transfer of ownership will be completed. Using an attorney throughout the entire process ensures you understand your transaction, and if there are any issues after your purchase or sale, that you have legal protections in place.
Deciphering Contract Terms
Contracts are always full of jargon and legalese, but it is very important that you are confident in every stipulation included in every contract before you sign any documents. As such, you want to be sure that you have an attorney who is very familiar with real estate transactions to verify that the contracts include everything you need, and that you are actually agreeing to the deal you believe you are accepting. When you have an attorney explain all of your paperwork, you can move forward signing your contracts with the confidence that you are positive about what you are signing, and that you will be protected if there are any issues in the future regarding these documents.
Watch our video on 5 Key Questions to Ask before agreeing to a Lease with Option to Purchase.
Mira nuestro video sobre 5 preguntas claves ANTES de entrar en acuerdo de arrendamiento con opcion de compraventa.
Signing Purchase Agreements
When you are signing a purchase agreement, there are many terms that are included in the agreement that stipulate what can and cannot happen with the property following signing the agreement. It is important that you review the agreement with an attorney to be sure that you are protected in case any other issues are discovered on the property, such as chemical contamination, or other undisclosed issues that would ultimately change the deal. If you are locked into a purchase agreement that does not address any of these issues, you may have little recourse when a party to the transaction sends you a Letter of Demand. An attorney will assist you to determine what is and is not allowed in the agreement, so you do not lose your investment.
Contact Us Today
If you are dealing with any sort of real estate transactions os business in North or Central Florida, contact us today to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced real estate attorney. We will be happy to discuss your situation with you, go over the exact needsfor your business, and determine how we can help you achieve your investment goals. Our experience will be a great asset to your business, guaranteed. We look forward to hearing from you.
If you are preparing to buy or sell real estate in or around North or Central Florida, whether in Tampa, Brandon, Valrico, Lakeland, Bartow, Inverness, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, New Port Richey, Land O Lakes, Wesley Chapel, Sarasota, and Orlando contact us immediately to get legal representation now.