Should you hire a real estate attorney when buying or selling a home? Yes! Here’s why:

Because buying and selling a home is one of the most stressful times in our lives, it makes sense to hire an experience real estate attorney to walk you through the process all the way to closing. This article distinguishes between a closing attorney and a real estate attorney. Here in Illinois – it is one and the same. The real estate purchase contract that you sign is a legally binding document and these contracts can range from 4 to 40 pages depending on the type of purchase or sale you are engaging in. From regular residential contracts to short sale and REO properties to commercial properties, each property type has its own set of nuances and pitfalls. This is where an experienced attorney comes into play. They ensure that you understand the contract and all of your obligations and responsibilities as either a buyer or a seller.

If you or someone you know is planning on buying or selling property of any kind, contact The Law Office of Tatiana D. Czaplicki, PC at 312.672.9628 or contact us via email to schedule a free consultation.

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