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Whether you’re purchasing commercial or residential real estate, the purchase is like one of your biggest investments. A real estate attorney protects your interests throughout the transaction. Here are a few reasons you’ll benefit from working with a real estate attorney.

An Attorney Helps You Understand the Specifics of Your Deal

There are a lot of documents involved with a real estate transaction. Few people have the knowledge or time to comb through all these documents and confirm that they fit your expectations and represent your interests.

Your attorney will review all your documents and make sure that you’re comfortable with all the terms and conditions. If the contract needs to be adjusted, your lawyer can make these changes and communicate them to the other party.

Your Lawyer Can Save You Money

While there is a fee for hiring a real estate attorney, this fee is a wise expense to confirm that everything goes right with your real estate investment.

Your lawyer will make sure that you ask important questions and handle any negotiations related to the deal; this ensures that you’re financially protected throughout the transaction.

Some of the steps recommended by your attorney can even help you save money.

You’ll Benefit from an Attorney’s Experience and Knowledge

Real estate attorneys regularly handle commercial and residential real estate transactions. They understand state and local laws that pertain to your transaction and are up-to-date on the latest changes in these laws.

They also have experience navigating murky or complex real estate situations, like buying a historic home or dealing with zoning disagreements.

There are a lot of steps required to ultimately close on the purchase of a property; an attorney will make sure all these tasks are completed and address any issues that can impact your closing.

Contact a Real Estate Lawyer

Warren S. Dank, Esq., P.C. is committed to representing our client’s best interests during the purchase of commercial or residential real estate. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation.