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First Time Homebuyers – Your bodyguard is your real estate attorney

March 24, 2011

 

Having buyer representation is very important, especially for the first time homebuyer.  My overriding role is to serve my client’s best interests – When I represent the buyer that means protecting the buyer from any terms or conditions that may be too seller-biased, like a purchase and sale agreement for a house “as-is.” It also means you have someone scheduling, tracking and reminding you of all important contingency deadlines.

A house is the largest investment most of us will ever make.   Ideally, a buyer should have an attorney representing them before they even make an offer on a house because I’m the only one with a duty to protect your money.  In today’s market, buyers should really have someone navigating the pitfalls for them in the real estate buying process.

If you or someone you know are first-time homebuyers or looking to buy a house this season, I can see to it that you get through closing as efficiently as possible.  Home buying can be stressful enough on its own.  You should have someone on your side to make sure your investment is protected.

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