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Congratulations! You are buying a new home! Now what? 
Buying a home is probably one of the biggest financial investments you will ever make - I know it can be stressful. Let me help guide you through the process to ensure that your purchase reaches a successful conclusion. 
As your real estate attorney, I will take the time to learn the specific details of your transaction, so I am able to tailor my services to meet your specific needs. I will make sure that you fully understand each step of the process and are aware of any obstacles you may face. Most importantly, I make myself readily available to address all of your questions and concerns as they arise - no matter the time of day - by providing all clients with my personal cell phone number. Whether it's noon on a Wednesday or 7:00pm on a Sunday, you will be able to get ahold of me. Having an attorney that is easy to get in touch with can eliminate much of the unnecessary stress that comes with buying a new home. 
Depending on where you are in the process, my services will include the following: 
  • Providing you with an overview of the closing process and helping identify possible issues specific to your purchase;
  • Reviewing the Purchase and Sale Agreement with you to make sure that you understand its provisions, that it properly reflects your agreement with the seller, and that it addresses your specific concerns;
  • Working closely with your real estate agent to address issues uncovered during your inspection;  
  • Communicating with your Mortgage Lender to process mortgage documents and ensuring your Lender issues the loan commitment letter in a timely manner;
  • Reviewing the results of the title search and addressing any issues that may arise;
  • Drafting and negotiating any necessary extensions and/or addenda to the Purchase and Sale Agreement; 
  • Calculating adjustments; and,
  • Attending the closing/supervising the purchase. 
I would be glad to represent you in the purchase of your new home. Please contact me if I can help in any way. 
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