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Fort Lauderdale Real Estate Lawyer

If you’re planning on making a real estate purchase in the near future, you might be wondering about who you need to involve in the process. Should you hire an accountant or do you really need a broker? Do you need the advice of a Fort Lauderdale real estate lawyer? This last question is one that often doesn’t get answered properly, leading to legal issues that can arise during or after a real estate purchase has been closed on.

Many people who actually do end up needing legal real estate advice often neglecting looking for it because it’s often not clear when a person should hire an attorney for their particular transaction.

When you should consider hiring a real estate lawyer

Below are some of the circumstances in which it is recommended to consider hiring a Broward County real estate lawyer:

  1. You’re buying a property out of town.
  2. You’re buying a foreclosed or short sale property.
  3. You’re purchasing something from an estate sale or you are executing an estate sale.
  4. You’re making a commercial real estate purchase.
  5. The property you’re buying or selling has a potentially hazardous structure present or is in poor condition.
  6. The location of the property you want to buy is subject to external hazards from weather or other natural phenomena.
  7. The house you’re selling has a non-cooperative partner involved.
  8. Your personal background lists judgments against your or liens imposed on you.

In any of these circumstances a qualified real estate lawyer will be an immense help in the process of buying or selling your property, as each of these scenarios has unique legal implications.

When you’re looking to buy a property in a new location, be sure to hire a real estate lawyer with experience in your particular area. This will ensure that you have an expert available to advice you on the laws and regular procedures that apply to real estate deals in that location.

For example, if you plan on buying in South Florida, be sure to hire a Ft. Lauderdale real estate attorney to draft your purchase agreement and give you advice on things to consider for the particular area you’re looking to buy in.

Mark Schecter at Schecter Law is a highly experienced real estate lawyer who can assist you with any real estate transaction that you are involved in. Contact Schecter Law today at (954)-779-7009 for a consultation or to ask any questions that you may have at all.