In most states, an attorney is required to conduct the closing when purchasing or selling a house. When a closing takes place, there are several people involved, including:
– The lender representative
– The buyer
– The seller
– The real estate agent
– The closing attorney
The closing attorney’s job is to ensure that all paperwork is accounted for and signed and answer any questions that his or her clients have about the home, the paperwork and the closing process.
The Law Firm of Ross, Kelley & Martin, PLLC has had many years of experience in working with clients during real estate closings, and can assist you with a number of areas relating to real estate closings, including:
– Title insurance
– Title clearance
– Arms length sales transactions
Whether you are purchasing a home or selling one, it is strongly recommended that you consult with a closing attorney and have one present at your closing. We can review your paperwork before the closing actually takes place, and request missing forms or other paperwork that is necessary for the closing to be finalized. We will answer your questions in full, and review the paperwork to determine that all contracts are in your best interest.
Buying or selling a home is a big step, and there’s a lot of money involved. Decisions like these are not something you want to leave up to an inexperienced attorney. Contact the Law Firm of Ross, Kelley & Martin, PLLC today to discuss your purchase or sales transaction today.