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Real Estate Attorney in Hoboken, New Jersey
Buying or selling your home is a big life event and can result in complicated contractual issues. You need an experienced attorney on your team to ensure your interests are protected. We are here to help you.
When Should You Reach out to Us?
Anytime, but ideally, before you sign your real estate contract. If you know you are close to a sale or purchase, it is a good time to be in touch so we can review the next steps once you have an accepted offer. We serve those in the Northern New Jersey area, and our real estate attorney is ready, now, to serve you.
What Happens after Signing the Real Estate Contract?
We will talk about what issues and concerns need to be addressed in your contract rider. We will guide you through negotiating inspection issues and ensure everything is on track for your target closing date. We will ensure all contingencies are satisfied, review title documents and prepare closing documents.
Hire Us for a Real Estate Transaction
Every sale or purchase has unique concerns and circumstances. We can help ensure that your contract protects your interests and addresses the relevant issues. We guide you through the entire process, coordinating all the required elements to get from contract to closing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will I be attending the closing?
Buyers typically do attend the closing, especially if there are loan documents to sign. Sellers generally do not attend the closing and sign their documents in advance.
What is title insurance?
Title insurance is issued after a review of the chain of ownership and liens on the property. A title insurance policy ensures that you are buying a “clear title.” If you are getting a mortgage, your mortgage company will require title insurance.
Can you help if my home is in foreclosure?
Absolutely. Please contact us to discuss your circumstances in more detail and we can work with you towards a solution that makes sense for you.
What are sellers’ typical expenses?
Sellers generally pay their broker’s fee (a percentage negotiated at the time of listing), their attorney’s fee, the Real Estate Transfer fee (based on the sale price), and some document recording fees.
What are typical expenses beyond the purchase price?
Buyers generally pay their attorney’s fees, various bank fees associated with initiating a mortgage, title search, and insurance fees, closing services fees, funding of escrow with taxes and possibly homeowner’s insurance premiums, reimbursement of any prepaid taxes, and some document recording fees.
Contact Our Hoboken Real Estate Attorney Today
Our real estate attorney proudly serves those in the Northern New Jersey area, with the goals that you do. We strive diligently to help support our clients with quick responses and help them reach their long-lasting goals and strengthen relationships through our work. Reach out today for a free consultation, and we will support you in any way we can.