Protecting Clients’ Interests in Residential Closings in South Florida
If you are buying or selling a home or a residential investment property, you put a lot of work into finding the right place for your needs. Securing financing, having home inspections, making repairs, and more can all take time and resources. When the closing fails to go as planned, it can cause costly delays or complications – or the entire deal might even fall through at the last minute.
Closings are essential to any real estate purchase and sale, so it is important to protect your rights and ensure everything goes as it should. Contact a residential closings lawyer in Boca Raton at the Law Office of Eleni Noble Zarbalas, P.A for assistance.
Representation During the Closing Process
Residential real estate closings involve the following steps, among others:
- The buyer or lender obtains a form of payment for the purchase price of the property
- The seller signs the deed over to the buyer
- The deed is registered with the proper agency showing the new owner
- Payment is submitted to the seller, minus mortgage payouts and closing costs
All of the above requires a significant amount of paperwork, and it is important to know exactly what you are signing. The wrong documents might be presented, title disputes might arise, and more. In some cases, closing will involve escrow, which can complicate matters further. Closing can be a simpler and successful process with the right legal representation.
Consult with a Residential Closings Lawyer in Boca Raton
The Law Office of Eleni Noble Zarbalas, P.A., represents both buyers and sellers of residential real estate, as well as private or commercial lenders. We know how to prepare for closing to ensure everything goes as planned. Contact a Boca Raton residential closings attorney today.