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Do Most Real Estate Companies Have Lawyers?

Do Most Real Estate Companies Have Lawyers

Yes.

A real estate lawyer can be a major key to the success of any real estate company transaction, regardless of whether buying or selling. The company lawyer should be involved from the very starting point of the transaction – the posting of the property with a real estate representative or the choice to make an offer- – to the last closing of escrow.

While real estate specialists additionally assume an essential role, they are not legal lawyers and do not have the training and experience of a real estate lawyer. At Ascent Law, we focus on real estate. The real estate specialist records and sells properties for customers and encourages customers to consult with outside specialists – including home inspectors, bug controllers, surveyors, and contractual workers – to evaluate the state of a given property.

In any case, a real estate lawyer that works constantly with this kind of specialists can refer a client to a qualified and experienced specialists, A real estate layer additionally can get ready offers to buy genuine property for the company and also other clients, and also audit all offers gotten by clients, and set up any counter-offers or addendums to a deal. In addition, a lawyer can audit and clarify documents and give the client a legal opinion.

A real estate lawyer regularly embeds language into real estate transaction documents to secure clients just incase they decide to choose not to proceed with a deal or buy. A document may stipulate, for instance, that a purchaser must approve a house examiner’s composed report before completing any transaction.

In many states, an authorized real estate lawyer does not require a real estate license in light of the fact that lawyer is already knowledgeable about the current law and any pending changes and involvement in the act of real estate law.

A real estate lawyer can play other valuable roles in a real estate transaction

Real estate lawyer know about current problems and new laws affecting real estate transactions. They are able to explain and advise about such issues as short sales, loan disclosures, Federal RESPA loan violations, and foreclosures.

Real estate lawyer can help resolve situations that threaten the successful close of a transaction. For example, if a seller has not paid a contractor for required repairs, a lawyer might suggest that the amount in question could be held back in escrow from the distribution, permitting the buyer to take ownership of the property.

Real estate lawyer, who are involved in hundreds of sales and regularly attend seminars or teach about real estate sales, have the experience to resolve issues involving a disclosure, escrow problems, or any issues involving the buyer’s lender when a loan is needed to fund the sale.

In most such situations, the problems would not have occurred if a lawyer had been involved earlier, foreseen the potential problems and taken steps to avoid them. Lawsuits rarely arise when an lawyer has been involved because an experienced real estate lawyer addresses problems that could lead to a lawsuit before the close of a sale.

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Michael R. Anderson, JD

Ascent Law LLC
8833 S. Redwood Road, Suite C
West Jordan, Utah
84088 United States

Telephone: (801) 676-5506

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People who want a lot of Bull go to a Butcher. People who want results navigating a complex legal field go to a Lawyer that they can trust. That’s where I come in. I am Michael Anderson, an Attorney in the Salt Lake area focusing on the needs of the Average Joe wanting a better life for him and his family. I’m the Lawyer you can trust. I grew up in Utah and love it here. I am a Father to three, a Husband to one, and an Entrepreneur. I understand the feelings of joy each of those roles bring, and I understand the feeling of disappointment, fear, and regret when things go wrong. I attended the University of Utah where I received a B.A. degree in 2010 and a J.D. in 2014. I have focused my practice in Wills, Trusts, Real Estate, and Business Law. I love the thrill of helping clients secure their future, leaving a real legacy to their children. Unfortunately when problems arise with families. I also practice Family Law, with a focus on keeping relationships between the soon to be Ex’s civil for the benefit of their children and allowing both to walk away quickly with their heads held high. Before you worry too much about losing everything that you have worked for, before you permit yourself to be bullied by your soon to be ex, before you shed one more tear in silence, call me. I’m the Lawyer you can trust.