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Making the decision to buy a new home or sell your current home is one that will change your life. The Vigilante Law Firm, P.C. is proud to provide the people of New Jersey and Pennsylvania with the dedicated legal representation needed in a real estate transaction. Having the guidance of an experienced real estate lawyer to walk you through this potentially overwhelming process can help you start this new chapter the best you can. If you are thinking about making the decision to buy or sell a home, contact our firm for passionate legal assistance.

How a Real Estate Lawyer Can Help You Sell a Home

There are many steps that a seller must go through when they decide they want to list their home. One of the first steps is whether they want hire a listing agent or whether they want to sell their home on their own. They will also want to decide whether to retain an attorney to assist them through the home-selling process. If a seller decides to retain a real estate attorney, one of the first steps will be for the attorney to prepare the real estate contract.

After the real estate contract is prepared and then signed by both the buyer and seller, the parties will be under contract. The attorney will then assist the seller through the home-selling process. For example, the real estate attorney is responsible for making sure that all the requisite inspections are taken care of. The parties then proceed to the closing. At this point, the real estate attorney may assist the seller in making sure that everything is in order so there is a successful closing.

How a Real Estate Lawyer Can Help You Buy a Home

Even if you have a realtor guiding you through the home-buying process, you should also consider retaining the services of an attorney. In particular, you may want to retain an attorney, at the beginning of the three-day attorney review period. An experienced real estate attorney will be able to provide you with sound legal advice, which is something that a realtor cannot provide.

NJ’s 3-Day Attorney Review Period

The attorney review period in New Jersey is a three-day period that begins once the buyer and seller have both signed a real estate contract. The three-day attorney review period allows either the buyer or seller to review, and even cancel the real estate contract, for any or no reason at all.

Contact an Experienced Real Estate Lawyer at our firm today.

Whether you are buying or selling a house, it is always a good idea to have an experienced real estate attorney on your side. A good real estate attorney can help you in ways that a real estate agent cannot. They have a deeper understanding of the legal implications of a real estate transaction and can assist you in becoming aware of what you need to know. They can break down the legal facets of the countless paperwork in this document-heavy process. If you have questions about buying or selling a home, contact The Vigilante Law Firm, P.C. today to schedule a consultation.

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