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|About||Campasano Law Offices has been serving the Long Island community for over 30 years. We have been representing lenders, buyers and sellers in all types of real estate transactions.|
If you’re buying or selling your home, your team of expert advisors must include a real estate attorney. For most people the purchase or sale of their home is the biggest and most important transaction they will ever be involved in. Long Island real estate is unique and requires an experienced real estate attorney. You should not settle for an attorney that “also does real estate”. Mistakes and miscues in this arena can be very costly. Your attorney can review any offer you make or receive and make sure that your rights are preserved and your obligations are clearly defined.
If you are ready to make or accept an offer on a property you should retain a qualified real estate attorney. Don't wait until you have signed any documents relating to the transaction.
There are non-legal entities that claim they can do all the legal work you need. If you’re tempted to save a few dollars this is not the arena in which you should do so. Attorneys belong to a regulated profession with standards they must meet and insurance to cover damages if they make an error or omission. You may not necessarily have the same standards or recourse when dealing with non attorney advisors. And this definitely isn’t the time to do-it-yourself. Although many legal forms used in real estate are similar, binder or purchase and sale agreement forms vary from place to place.
When choosing a real estate attorney make sure they qualified and have handled numerous real estate transactions.
If you’re buying or selling your home, your attorney will guide you through the process.
* We will help you understand the purchase contract, including how you should take title to the property.
* Check the title to make sure that title can pass without any liens or encumbrances. l
* Prepare and make sure all the legal documents are recorded as required.
* Clarify the terms of the mortgage documents and make sure the lender has complied with all disclosure requirements.
* Calculate all adjustments, including but not limited to taxes and appropriate utilities paid, prior to the transaction closing.
* Attend the closing and review all the papers you will be required to sign.
* Arrange title insurance protection to protect you from losses due to title defects.
* Ensure all documents are prepared properly and in recordable form.
* Ensure that all building codes are complied with and all appropriate certificates are available as required by the contract of sale.
* Arrange for all insurance certificates as necessary.
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