If you're a first-time buyer or you're buying or
selling a home without an agent, hiring a real estate lawyer can answer
your questions, help you negotiate, and take care of
a lot of the little details you might not be aware
Talk to friends, family members and
co-workers, or your state's Bar Association
Talk to local real estate brokers for
Call a local realtors association for
Consult the yellow pages under Attorney:
Prepare a list of questions pertaining to
your situation. Most lawyers will answer
simple questions over the phone for free.
Identify a number of possible attorneys and
call each one.
Ask how much each lawyer charges per hour,
and request an estimate of the time required
to complete the tasks you require - looking
over contracts, handling disclosures, and
helping with the closing.
Choose an attorney.
Tips & Warnings - When
hiring a Real Estate Lawyer
Real estate brokers and agents are not attorneys and cannot
give legal advice.
with the easiest, least expensive steps an
attorney can perform first. Sometimes a
little help is all you need.
attorneys are willing to handle multiple
tasks for a fixed price or retainer.
sure your attorney specializes in real
estate and has expertise in the areas you
- It is
preferable that an attorney also be a
licensed real estate broker.
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