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4 Ways a Real Estate Attorney Can Help You

loan modificationIf want to buy or sell a home, it’s probably a safe guess that you’re stressed out. It’s a huge transition, but it turns out that you don’t need to do it on your own. Many people hire real estate attorneys to take care of the tough work and provide leadership throughout a challenging process.

What Does a Real Estate Attorney Do?

Real estate attorneys can handle a lot of things, but there are four big reasons you should consider working with one:

1) Contracts are complex and can cause problems if drafted unfavorably. Attorneys can help make sure you don’t get a raw deal by writing drafts, negotiating with the other party’s attorney, and finalizing the agreement.

2) You need a Certificate of Occupancy, and an attorney can make sure you get it. They can also handle negotiations for repairs after the home inspection.

3) Whether you’re buying a short sale home or selling your home in a short sale, a real estate attorney will help make sure the process goes smoothly. If you’re in danger of losing your home to foreclosure, a real estate attorney can help you avoid it through various options.

4) Overall guidance! Sometimes the home buying or selling process goes smoothly, while other times it feels like it’s falling apart. Real estate attorneys have the experience and knowledge to answer any questions and help you throughout the journey.

Get Your Free Consultation With Residential Real Estate Attorney Andrew Archer

The attorneys and staff at Brenner Spiller & Archer provide friendly, caring, and affordable legal services. We serve clients throughout central and south Jersey with offices in West Berlin, Mount Holly, Vineland, and Freehold. If you need an experienced residential real estate attorney, call 856.963.5000 or contact us online to schedule your free consultation.