How to Fixate on the Real Estate
Researching real estate attorneys when buying or selling a house is a natural part of the real estate process, and choosing the right attorney for you is essential. At Gary I. Handin, P.A., we pride ourselves on being real estate legal professionals which is why we’ve compiled a list of all the different aspects you should take note of when choosing a real estate attorney.
Location, location, location
A large key to your success is finding a real estate attorney in your area. How can you expect to be correctly advised and have your interests looked after if your attorney doesn’t have intimate knowledge of the state you live in—let alone the city? Our central location in Coral Springs, Florida, means we are a superb real estate attorney choice for buyers and sellers operating in the Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties.
The law is a complicated mine field to sift through at times, and it’s important to pick an attorney who is well versed in the area of expertise you require. This could be someone who deals specifically with title insurance, real estate transactions and estate planning, to attorneys who are regularly involved with foreclosure defense and mortgage workouts. You want someone who has the experience to understand the intricacies of the area of the law that you are involved with and knows what hazards to look out for. Thankfully, we’re a firm of diverse and talented legal minds who have more than 40 years legal experience under our belts.
It’s important to look for a real estate attorney that is genuinely interested in you. It is important to forge bonds with authentic businesses and people who genuinely want to lend their invaluable expertise to their clients. Authenticity also goes further than just being genuinely interested in a client. It also means that attorneys are transparent about the pros and cons of each situation.
Billing can differ from case to case and attorney to attorney, and potential clients should find out how they are going to be billed and what kind of fees they can expect. Note that some real estate attorneys will bill their clients on a per hour basis while others will offer flat fees.
As we all know, word travels fast, and if it’s not a good word, it’s sure to travel even faster. When searching for your ideal real estate attorney, be sure to check out a prospective attorney online, ask around, and speak to friends in the area. Chances are someone will have heard something, and you can weigh up their opinion against your own impressions.