Dade City & Zephyrhills Contracts Attorneys
The Dade City & Zephyrhills contracts attorneys at the Mander Law Group handle all types of real estate transactions regarding the sale or purchase of residential or commercial real property.
From the beginning of negotiations to the closing, our law firm offers legal services to buyers and sellers of real property.
Call us today at (352) 567-0411 to have a real estate attorney walk you through the process.
Understand the Contract Before You Sign It
Signing a real estate contract that you do not fully understand can bring you unforeseen consequences and may prevent a property from closing at the last minute.
Whether you are an inexperienced first time home buyer or selling one of your multiple investment properties, you should ensure that you understand every word of the contract before you sign it. Our real estate attorneys will take the time to explain each clause of the contract and answer all your questions thoroughly before you place your signature on any document. Contact our law firm today to review your real estate contracts with us before signing them.
Is Your Realtor a “Transaction Broker”
You may have a Realtor assisting you with the process. If so, do you understand the type of relationship you and your Realtor have?
Is your Realtor acting as a single agent or a transaction broker? How do you know your Realtor is looking out for your best interest?
Most Realtors act as “transaction brokers.” A transaction broker is a Realtor that does not represent either party in a fiduciary capacity or as a single agent.
In 2008, the law in the State of Florida changed resulting in Florida becoming a “transaction broker” state by default. This means Realtors who act as transaction brokers no longer have to put their real estate clients on notice that the relationship between the Realtor and the client is of limited representation and limited confidentially.
If your Realtor does not specifically address his or her duties to you then the law assumes the Realtor is acting as a transaction broker. A Realtor acting as a transaction broker is not looking out for either party’s best interest but participates only to facilitate the transaction.
Regardless of the type of relationship you have with your Realtor, a conflict of interest may exist. Even if your Realtor is acting as a single agent, keep in mind that Realtors only get paid when a transaction closes. The fact that Realtors only earn their commission at closing may create a conflict of interest as your Realtor has an incentive to persuade you to act in an attempt to close a transaction for the Realtor’s financial benefit. This potential scenario may result in a detriment to you.
Our Real Estate Attorneys Look Out For You
Our attorneys never work for a commission contingent on the sale closing. Our law firm will represent you fully and with the strictest of confidentially. Our Real Estate Attorneys at the Mander Law Group represent only one party to a transaction and always look out for what is in our client’s best interest.
Your transaction may be the most significant transaction in your life with the most at stake. You need someone in your corner looking out for you and you only.
Helping Buyers and Sellers Understand the Process
The Real Estate Contract Attorneys at the Mander Law Group have provided competent representation to buyers and sellers in real estate transactions since 1976.
Our attorneys understand that the process of buying or selling real estate can be confusing and stressful. Our lawyers will take the time to answer all your questions and address all of your concerns. Following are some of the aspects of a real estate transaction that our real estate attorneys may assist you with:
- Contract Signing
- Escrow Services
- 1031 Exchanges
- Short Sales
- REO or Bank Owned Properties
- Inspections and Surveys
- Secure Financing-Mortgage
- Title Insurance
- Closing Services
Word of Mouth Referrals: Our Marketing Campaign
Our full-service law firm located in Dade City, Florida has been providing legal services to our clients since 1976. Many of our clients find us through word of mouth referrals from former and current clients.
The real property attorneys at the Mander Law Group take pride in satisfying our clients’ needs. Our law firm strives to offer the best legal services available to those in need. This approach to service and satisfaction has lead to many referrals without the need for mass marketing campaigns.
Call Today to Retain Competent Legal Services
Call (352) 567-0411 to schedule an appointment with a Dade City & Zephyrhills contracts attorney. We are located directly across the street from the Pasco County Courthouse.
The Mander Law Group also represents clients involving real property matters state wide focusing on Hernando County, Sumter County, Citrus County, Hillsborough County, Polk County, and Pinellas County, including Tampa, Brooksville, New Port Richey, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Lakeland, Bushnell, Bartow, and Plant City.
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