Wolterman Law


3 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Real Estate Lawyer
Thursday, February 15, 2018

Buying a home is an extensive process as searching for the right one takes forever. Most people try to do all the groundwork themselves but there are certain things that should be best left to professionals. Buying property comes with a set of legal formalities and complications which can’t be dealt by everyone, no matter how much they have learnt about the process online or through friends. Thankfully, there are several real estate lawyers available to guide you through all things legal about the property transaction. Below are 3 significant reasons of seeking legal assistance in real estate matters:

1. Dealing with Contracts

Evaluating the real estate documents is the second trickiest task after negotiating the price. Most people aren’t able to comprehend the legal terms correctly and face complications later. At times, the seller might rush the buyer into signing the contract without giving them much time to go through every legal detail. In order to safeguard buyers from any troubles and making sure that the contract remains transparent for everyone involved, real state lawyers review the property contract at length.
Since they are well versed in studying such documents, even small discrepancies won’t go past their eyes. They will make sure that their client knows about any legal glitch found and guide them accordingly.

2. Dealing with Title Searches

Apart from legal contracts, property lawyers also deal with title searches and liens. Title search ensures that the person selling the property is authorized for selling it. This saves the buyer from falling victim to any fraudulent scheme that could cost them all of their investment.

Apart from identifying an authorized seller, legal experts also determine whether the property being sold can be sold or not. Properties can’t be sold in case they have any unsettled disputes or unpaid taxes. This fact could be hidden from the buyer who would then be forced to pay off the debt that came with the house before they can apply for mortgage themselves. For making the real estate purchase experience free of such scams, it’s recommended to hire legal help that will find out all the needed information.

3. Proper Filing and Closing

A real estate transaction doesn’t simply end when you sign the dotted line as there are a few other legal obligations to be completed. Property deeds are needed to be filed at the state level. Filing the deed can be a complex process as there are several different rules for every type of property which makes it necessary to have a legal expert by your side.

A real estate lawyer would also take care of the closing process by finalizing all details and making sure any renovations required are also under progress. The lawyers would also ensure that there are no payments remaining and that the property has been fully transferred to their client.

Since buying a home is one of the biggest decisions one makes in life, it’s always best to be totally sure of every aspect of that decision and seek legal support.

Blog | Wolterman Law Office LPA
Subscribe To Our Blog

Blog Categories

  • General Interest
    • 02/07/2019 - Widely Misunderstood Notions S
    • 01/03/2019 - No Matter How Old You Are, Est
    • 12/06/2018 - Everything You Need To Know Ab
    • 11/08/2018 - Why one should hire an estate
    • 10/11/2018 - Tax Reform Legislation 2017: C
    • 09/13/2018 - The Difference Between Tax Avo
    • 08/16/2018 - When you might need an attorne
    • 07/19/2018 - Why Hiring a Lawyer is Always
    • 07/16/2018 - 2018 Hope for the Future Schol
    • 06/21/2018 - 5 Reasons for Hiring a Persona
    • 05/24/2018 - 5 Qualities That Make a Law Fi
    • 04/19/2018 - Everything to Know If Your Med
    • 03/21/2018 - 5 Times You Should Think About
    • 02/15/2018 - 3 Reasons Why You Should Hire
    • 01/18/2018 - Why is It Important to Have a
    • 08/02/2017 - 3 Ways to Invest in Real Estat
    • 07/02/2017 - Estate Planning for the Young,
    • 06/02/2017 - Benefits of a Non-Disclosure A
    • 05/02/2017 - Easements 101 – What Exactly I
    • 03/29/2017 - Choosing Commercial vs Residen
    • 12/03/2016 - Happy Holidays!
    • 11/30/2016 - What is a Non-Disclosure Agree
    • 10/18/2016 - Strategies for Handling a Tax
    • 09/23/2016 - Real Estate Law: The Legal Asp
    • 08/14/2016 - Questions to Ask Your Business
    • 07/14/2016 - Starting a Business? You’ll Ne
    • 06/16/2016 - Estate Planning Primer
    • 05/12/2016 - The Basic Differences Between
    • 04/15/2016 - Monday is Tax Day: What to Do
    • 03/16/2016 - Small Business Owners and Comm
    • 02/15/2016 - Business Law: Guidelines for S
    • 10/27/2015 - Top Legal Dramas Roundup
    • 09/10/2015 - More Outlandish Tax Deductions
    • 08/19/2015 - Why it’s Necessary to Have a W
    • 07/10/2015 - A Part of Real Estate Symbolis
    • 06/15/2015 - Offbeat Tax Deductions and Tax
    • 05/21/2015 - Bizarre Estate Planning Outcom
    • 04/07/2015 - The Ins and Outs of Being a Ta
    • 03/11/2015 - More on What We Do

© 2020. WOLTERMAN LAW OFFICE. All Rights Reserved 
Disclaimer | Privacy Policy

Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on LinkedInBlog

Wolterman Law Office LPA

Wolterman Law Office LPA provides legal counsel for clients in Hamilton County, Warren County, Clermont County and Butler County in Southwest Ohio, including communities such as Loveland, Cincinnati, Mason, West Chester, Blue Ash and Milford.

434 W Loveland Ave
Loveland, OH 45140

Phone: 513-488-1135
Fax: 513-322-4557

Steven Richard WoltermanReviewsout of 1 review  Review us on Google