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What a Real Estate Law Attorney Will Do for You August 9, 2017

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What a Real Estate Law Attorney Will Do for You , Wahoo, Nebraska

While Nebraska law does not require it, people who are buying or selling property often work with real estate law attorneys to complete their transactions. Many people don’t realize the amount of legal work involved in the process and how they can benefit from their help. So, what do these professionals do to assist purchasers and sellers, and how do they contribute to the success of their endeavors?

How Real Estate Law Attorneys Help Their Clients

Buyers

Before individuals sign purchase agreements, their attorneys will review the terms to ensure their responsibilities are made clear, and that they understand their contracts. The lawyers also address various details, including how their clients will take title on the property and whether any restrictions — such as liens or easements — will affect them. They ensure the mortgage terms are clear and, if needed, they negotiate with lenders to make modifications. 

Before closing, attorneys will secure title insurance to protect against defects in titles, review the utility, tax, and other adjustments, and go over the papers the buyers must sign. They also attend closings to ensure validly registered deeds are received with no extra liability.

Sellers

real-estate-law-Wahoo-NEReal estate law attorneys prepare the proposed purchase and sale agreements, negotiate the terms, and review the final documents. These lawyers will also handle any deeds and documents their clients may need, such as power of attorney, or secure insurance certificates. Further, the professionals work to resolve any title issue, and they arrange the transference of funds, like security deposits. Also, at the closing, lawyers will review the signed documents.  

 

Whether you are buying or selling a property in Wahoo, NE, the skilled attorneys at The Law Offices of Bromm, Lindahl, Freeman-Caddy & Lausterer will provide invaluable counsel. Founded in 1893, they have extensive experience in legal matters, including real estate law. Call them today at (402) 443-3225 to schedule a consultation. Visit them online for more about their practice areas.

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