Do You Need An Attorney At Closing?

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Closing is the last step in a real estate transaction. Depending upon your state laws, you may or may not be required to have an Attorney represent you at the closing.

It’s important to understand that while other Attorneys may be present at the closing. For example, a lenders Attorney. They do not represent you, you can have your own legal representation and retain an Attorney to review, all contracts to represent you at the closing and to answer any questions you may have.

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If you choose to retain an Attorney, it is in your best interest to find one who specializes in real estate matters, seeking the advice of a lawyer is a good idea. Particularly, if the transaction involves distressed properties, estates, non-cooperative partners, easements liens, and judgments or lot lines that are questionable. Your realtor, can explain what the protocol is in your area.

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One of the reasons to call the Agardi Team if you want to buy a home or have one to sell is:

Not only do we sell our clients’ homes for more money and faster than the average area agent, but your home is also more likely to sell. According to 2015 MLS statistics, only 71% of area homes sold during their listing term. Compare that to our 95% of homes listed that sold before the end of the listing term. YOUR HOME SOLD GUARANTEED OR WE’LL BUY IT*

To discuss the sale of your home, call The Agardi Team at 718-755-2882 and start packing!

*Agardi Team and the seller have to agree on the price and the closing date.

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