Selling your Home
Selling your home may very well be one of the largest financial transactions of your life. Therefore, it is imperative you retain the best real estate legal talent available. As experienced real estate attorneys, our priorities are to guide and assist you through the process from offer through closing.
While selling your home may seem like it should be a simple and straight-forward process, it is in fact overflowing with minute details that can be easily overlooked by a non-professional. While such details may seem insignificant at the time, handing any single one of them improperly can leave you open to having the buyer, their attorney, or anyone else involved take advantage of you. Our job is to prevent that.
Included in our legal representation for your sale is a thorough review of the Real Estate Contract with you to answer all of your questions, make sure you understand all of its aspect, and to ensure all of the provisions are written in order to best serve your interests and criteria. Other services we perform on your behalf, saving you the time and headache of handling them on your own, are the engineer’s certificates of non-arbitrariness, your tax and insurance information, the property titles of the property for sale, the certificate of the transfer to the competent Mortgage Office, the cadastral extract of the property statement from the competent Tax Office in which it is stated that the specific property is included in your property declaration, i.e. documents and certificates required for the completion of the process of sale of your property.
Next, we then work alongside our team of notary publics to prepare you, the property, and the transaction as a whole for the actual closing. This includes, but is not limited to, drafting all of the necessary closing documents such as the notarized pre-contract and the notarized final sale contract.
Lastly, we schedule the closing to best work for you. This can include drafting a Power of Attorney. With the Power of Attorney, you may come to our notary any time before the closing itself and sign the necessary documents, which takes about ten minutes. Doing this avoids you having to attend the closing yourself, which can take several hours or longer to complete, depending upon the lender’s responsiveness and other factors outside of your control.
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