Experienced Real Estate Contract Negotiation Services in Atlanta
If you are thinking about buying or selling a home or commercial property, it is essential to protect your interests. This may be the largest investment you will ever make, and failing to understand each and every aspect of the deal can cause significant difficulties later..
Most people — even lawyers — do not have much experience in real estate contract negotiation. Working with a sophisticated, experienced attorney can help ensure you end up with a real estate contract that takes every detail into account and protects you from surprises down the line.
At Suarino Law, PC, our legacy has been built in part on our real estate work. We are a detail-driven law firm committed to protecting clients from unexpected legal issues and undue liability in real estate transactions.
Real estate contract negotiation is what we do. Work with us to make sure every detail is handled right the first time. Contact us today to schedule a flexible, no-hassle consultation.
In-Depth Real Estate Background
We are a real estate law firm with extensive experience representing commercial and residential clients in a wide variety of transactions. The attorneys of Suarino Law tailor their approach to each client's unique needs and goals. We offer a hands-on approach to representation in:
* Negotiation of lease agreements and purchase agreements
* Dealing with land use issues such as zoning restrictions, easements and boundaries
* Ensuring the property is free of liens and that clear title is available
* Resolving title defects
* Representation at real estate closings
* Short sale negotiation and other foreclosure prevention options
The terms of your real estate contract are what protect your interests now and prevent problems in the future. We will carefully review every detail of a contract to make sure it clearly spells out each party's rights and obligations. We are committed to protecting clients from predatory lending and other unscrupulous practices — and from more mundane issues stemming from unclear contract terms and misunderstandings.