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Real Estate Contracts Lawyer Jupiter FL

Real Estate Contract Lawyer Jupiter FL

Buying or Selling a home is one of the largest investments most people will make in their lifetime, yet often they decide to proceed without an attorney.  You may ask yourself “Why should I hire a lawyer?”…”I have a real estate sales person.”  First of all they are not lawyers.  Second, unless you establish the fiduciary relationship up-front, your real estate sales person is a transaction broker and does not owe you a fiduciary duty.  There are many subtle nuances that can become extremely important when deciding to buy or sell a home in Florida.  Read all documents very carefully before signing.  Having a real estate lawyer that is not only familiar with the law but with the nuances of the transactions themselves can save you time and money.

There are issues that surface all the time in real estate transactions, from how much is the appropriate down payment to whether a condition precedent was waived.  Sometimes these issues can result in litigation which can result in monetary damages or specific performance.  One of the best methods to circumnavigate these issues is to hire a real estate lawyer before you sign anything.  If you are selling, before you list your home, give me a call.  If you are buying a home, call before signing a contract to purchase.

This is the first video in a quick series of videos about real estate transactions.  I cannot stress how important it is to call and retain me prior to signing any contract.  I can assist in negotiating your position with your real estate broker.  Most real estate sales agents are honest.  However, there are some real estate agents that are less than honest about aspects of the transaction or the parcel.  They say one thing, but the contract says something else.  When cornered they will say they were”puffing.”  “Puffing” is actually a term used by real estate agents to up-sell a property.  The problem arises when the “puffing” borders on fraud and when determining fact from fiction becomes a blurry line.  Before you commit to any real estate sales contract, give me a call.

I appreciate you taking the time to come to my website.  Please call the office, if you need some assistance.

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