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Legal Assistance

Thinking about legal involvement with real estate may not cross everyone’s mind… especially if you’re a home buyer purchasing a starter home. Though many people don’t opt to engage lawyers for their real estate transactions, it is an option. If you’re not savvy in this overwhelming world, seeking legal counsel could benefit you.

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What Type of Lawyer Would I Need?

Real estate attorneys, or real estate lawyers, are licensed to practice real estate law. These individuals hold special knowledge of the industry to advise and guide you on your real estate transaction.

What Do they Do?

These special types of lawyers are equipped to prepare and review documents related to the purchase or sale as well as be able to take charge of the closing, if necessary. An attorney may represent either the buyer, seller, or even mortgage lender.

What Type of Lawyer Would I Need?
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Who Needs One?

Not all situations call for a real estate lawyer. Though not required in Tennessee, there are a few circumstances where one may be involved –

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  • Contractual issues involved in the purchase. If it’s not a typical home purchase and it gets a little complicated, this might warrant a lawyer.
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  • If you want peace of mind. Not everyone is comfortable driving such a big transaction. Hiring an attorney will put your mind at ease and insure that all of your i’s are dotted and t’s are crossed.

We know that sometimes real estate endeavors can become a little tricky and legal assistance may help. If you need to be pointed in the right direction, contact Wright Realty and we’ll be happy to assist you in finding the right help from one of our trusted legal professionals.

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TLC Closing | a Division of the Tennessee Law Center, PLLC


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