Real Estate Law
Whether you own your own home, rent, are selling a home, or are considering purchasing a home, many legal questions can arise with regard to your home or future home. Whether you are a landlord or tenant, serious rights and responsibilities attach to the lease you execute. Before signing a lease, you should consult with an experienced attorney who can explain the terms of the lease and the resulting rights and obligations that arise once the lease has been executed.
Selling or purchasing a home always involves the execution of a real estate contract, which can seem overwhelming and confusing to most people. Before executing such an important document, you should consult with an experienced attorney who can explain the terms of the contract in a manner that is easily understood. When purchasing a home, consideration must also be made not only as to the location and price of your new home, but also what are the various financing options. Recent changes to mortgage underwriting laws as well as many important changes to federal law as concerns real estate sales and purchases which will take effect in August of 2015 require careful consideration of all factors and legal considerations.
Although mortgage representatives and real estate agents are knowledgeable with respect to some of these areas of the law, they are not able to provide you with legal advice as to your legal options, rights, and responsibilities. Only a lawyer can provide you with all of the information needed in order for you to make a decision that is in your best interests. The attorneys at the Rebel Brown Law Group are experienced in real estate law and can provide you with the advice you need relative to buying or selling a home as well as the legal issues involved for both tenants and landlords.
A short sale is when you sell your house for less than you owe. In today’s market, it may be possible to sell the house without having to pay the deficiency at the closing. We may be able to help you. Call for a consultation.