WHEN DO YOU NEED A REAL ESTATE ATTORNEY?
When do you need to consult a real estate attorney? The answer is simple, every time you are involved in a real estate transaction you need to seek the proper representation. Consumers who forgo the representation of an experienced real estate attorney can pay dearly leading up to the time of the transaction and surely after the transaction is complete. Real estate attorneys provide peace of mind to their clients by reviewing property details, offers to purchase, purchase and sale agreements and providing protection during the negotiation process and throughout the transaction. An experienced real estate attorney is imperative for any and all real estate transactions.
THE LIPSEY & CLIFFORD DIFFERENCE
At Lipsey & Clifford, we have years of experience in guiding you through the real estate transaction process. Whether it is advising buyers, sellers, real estate investors or builders, we are invested in keeping you safe, secure and protected through the process. Unlike many law firms, we are accessible to all of our clients. We are able to answer any questions, address concerns and give peace of mind in what can commonly be a very stressful process.
We take a team approach when it comes to our clients so that you know you are surrounded by the right people. At Lipsey & Clifford, we work with local specialists to ensure you have the right professionals working every transaction. Our team includes the area’s best real estate agents, mortgage specialists, lenders, insurance firms and home inspectors. They are all seasoned professionals and are familiar with working together. This is critical in ensuring your real estate transaction is completed properly and timely.
OUR EXPERIENCE IN REAL ESTATE LAW INCLUDES REPRESENTATION IN SEVERAL AREAS:
- Buyers and sellers in residential real estate transactions
- Buyers and sellers in commercial real estate transactions
- Builders and real estate investors in development projects
- Assistance in zoning issues, easements, and special permits
- Lenders in home purchases and refinance situations
- Property owners in short sale negotiations
- Home loan modifications and assistance