Closing – Representing The Seller
In New York, real estate is big business. Even the sale of a residential home can be fraught with legal complexity and potential risks for the seller. It is important to protect your interests throughout the process. Although New York does not require the use of an attorney for residential closings, most sellers do use an attorney, and it is a smart choice.
At The Law Office of Seth Rosenfeld, Esq., we offer seller representation for closings in Queens and the Bronx and throughout the area. With a wealth of legal experience, our lawyers help sellers understand the terms of sale, including the potential risks and pitfalls involved. We provide detail-oriented counsel and representation, associating with highly trained and experienced lawyers when needed.
Seller Representation From Experienced New York Real Estate Attorneys
For clients selling real estate, we work to provide answers and remove obstacles as quickly as possible, walking our clients through all aspects of their cases. In real estate transactions, all of the expectations must be laid out clearly, in the contract, to remain valid. Nothing can be added or subtracted verbally, and if something is not in the contract, it will most likely not be enforceable.
At The Law Office of Seth Rosenfeld, Esq., we provide representation that includes:
- Contract negotiation and review: Our lawyers handle all aspects of the contract. We negotiate, draft and review our clients’ potential purchase and sale agreements to make sure all of the essential terms of the agreement are clear, present and valid. We will help you understand your rights and protect your interests to make sure there are no surprises at the closing.
- Mortgage and financing assistance: We help clients make sure that the financing will be there when needed, so that there are no unforeseen issues at the closing or after.
- Representation at closing: In some cases, buyers and their agents will try to make last-minute alterations to an agreement. Our lawyers will be there for you at the closing to help you understand your rights and to protect your interests.