Areas of Law

Real Estate

When should I contact a Real Estate Lawyer?

  • I am purchasing a home.
  • I am selling or leasing a property.
  • I want to transfer title on a property or create an easement.
  • I am facing a foreclosure.
  • I would like to make renovations, modifications, or additions to your home.

Why should I hire a Real Estate Lawyer?

Buying, selling, or modifying a property involves considerable expense and affects your day-to-day living. Contacting an experienced attorney to review your unique situation, modify important documents, and provide advice can help you avoid unnecessary costs and damages and can lead to more positive results.

How do I choose a Real Estate Lawyer?

Contacting an experienced real estate attorney to review your unique situation is important. The real estate attorneys on the BBA Lawyer Referral Service have previous experience with a range of real estate matters.

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