Don’t Make a Move Without RTRLAW at Your Property Closing in Florida
Whether you are a first-time homebuyer, moving up to your dream home, or investing in the perfect property, buying real estate is always an exciting process, but you never know if a minor detail or glitch in that process might throw a wrench in an otherwise seamless and straightforward transaction. That’s where a real estate attorney comes in.
When things get complicated, the last thing you want to hear is that there is only one solution and it’s going to be expensive. At RTRLAW, our attorneys can help you close the deal.
We pride ourselves on coming up with creative, actionable solutions that will save your deal and your money. Our attorneys are detail-oriented, organized, and know just how important your new home is to you, so we want every aspect of the closing process to go smoothly for you.
The legal documents related to real estate closings can be complicated but don’t stress about it. That’s where we shine. Our experienced and qualified real estate attorneys will review your documents thoroughly.
With our Real Estate attorney’s expertise, you can rest assured that your paperwork will be letter-perfect. If any problems arise, such as legal matters related to the property or title, an appraisal or financial problem, RTRLAW will advocate on your behalf.
In addition to reviewing documents and advocacy, our attorneys will conduct a title examination to make sure you have a clear title for the property. We highly recommend title insurance to protect the purchaser, even if you are not financing with a bank or mortgage company.
RTRLAW also acts as the quarterback in the closing process, coordinating and communicating with all parties, including the lender, seller and buyer (and any others involved, such as the homeowner’s insurance company, the county tax assessor, the home inspector, the homeowner’s association, any contractors, etc.).
Finally, we make sure the final sales transaction takes place and will distribute the funds appropriately to all parties, and pay any fees due to the real estate agents, home inspectors, mortgage brokers, etc. We also will update the title and record the deed with the county.