Residential, Farm, Ranch & Commercial Real Estate Law in College Station, TX
For most of us, buying or selling real estate is very exciting, but it's also one of the largest financial transactions of our lives. Due to the financial and legal factors involved, if you're contemplating entering into, or are in the midst of, a real estate transaction, you should consult with a lawyer right away.
Protecting Your Interests
A real estate attorney like Moon, Scully & Normand, PLLC can provide you with insight and legal guidance from start to finish.
If you're a buyer, Moon, Scully & Normand, PLLC can:
- Explain the terms of your purchase contract
- Protect you from hidden liabilities with respect to your real estate
- Review real estate documents that relate to your title, mortgage, and taxes
- Register legal documents pertaining to your real estate transaction
- Attend your closing and address your questions
- Ensure that you possess valid ownership documentation
If you're a seller, Moon, Scully & Normand, PLLC can:
- Ensure that your purchase and sale agreement terms properly protect your interests
- Deal with any issues that arise with your title
- Represent you during negotiations with the buyer and walk you through your closing
Moon, Scully & Normand, PLLC is fully equipped to assist you with an array of property-related legal concerns. Call now to learn more about the real estate law services available to you.
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