Real Estate Attorney, Lowell, MA
Real estate is a major investment, and real estate law can be a complicated maze to navigate. If you find yourself in the real estate market in the Lowell and Worcester area, you should hire a local real estate attorney to ensure you are getting the most knowledgeable legal representation for your transactions. Our office is located in Lowell and we are often in Worcester.
Buyer / Seller / Lender Representations
Every real estate transaction can be a quagmire of legal jargon, contracts and paperwork. Whether you are a buyer, a seller, or a lender, you need the best representation from a trustworthy real estate attorney. This is where the Holmes Law Offices come in. We can take care of residential conveyancing, the home closing process, and the home purchasing agreement to ensure that you are getting the best deal, and that you won’t find any unpleasant surprises further down the road.
What is Residential Conveyancing exactly? Residential conveyancing is the legal process of buying or selling a residential property. With any purchase agreement for a home, residential conveyancing needs to be done to ensure that the home sale agreement, exchange of contracts, and real-estate closing processes are lawful and that they adhere to due process procedures. It is strongly advised that a private buyer or seller employs the services of a real estate attorney to make sure that these processes are correctly handled.
Purchase and Sale (P&S) Agreements
A Purchase and Sale (P&S) agreement is a legal document that has been prepared and agreed to by real estate attorneys representing the buyers and sellers in a real estate transaction. A real estate attorney will ensure the P&S agreement is lawful and correctly drafted. It is important that the P&S agreement includes the following information:
- The final sale price of the real estate,
- The date on which the property was taken off the market, and
- Any terms and conditions attached to the real estate.
A real estate attorney from the Holmes Law Offices, Lowell, MA will be able to handle these legal details on your behalf.
A title examination is a very important part of any real estate purchase. It covers the complete history of the property divulging any information which may have been overlooked or hidden. A title examination allows an investor to claim the title of the bona fide purchaser on their investment, meaning they have the sole claim on that property. When doing a title examination, it is imperative to have a real estate attorney oversee the process to ensure that there are no loopholes that can be exploited.
The closing process on a piece of real estate is the last part of the sale, however, it can be the most tedious and time-consuming. It can typically take between 40 and 50 days to complete and includes everything from a home inspection to the actual signing of the paperwork. A real estate attorney from the Holmes Law Offices will help to make that process quicker and more organized.
For a free consultation with a local real estate attorney in Lowell, Worcester and nearby areas, please click on our Contact page to leave your information or call or text (978) 962-1140 to speak with an attorney.