Residential Real Estate Attorney Philadelphia
The sale or purchase of a home is one of the most important legal transactions to which you might ever be a party. Understanding the process and legal requirements is absolutely essential, especially to avoid future litigation. Attorney Dimmerman encourage his clients to confer with a lawyer in advance of signing any legal documents which form part of the real estate transaction. Real estate agents may act as a seller’s agent, a buyer’s agent, or as a dual agent, representing both the seller and the buyer in a single transaction. Under state law, real estate agents must provide you with written consumer notice that details your relationship with them. As a long-standing real estate law columnist with The Legal Intelligencer, lecturer to other attorneys and real estate law professor at Temple University’s Fox School of Business (undergraduate), Attorney Dimmerman is extremely well-versed in residential real estate law matters.
In Pennsylvania, once a real estate contract is signed by the respective parties, cancellation is no longer an option. Certain conditions must then be satisfied and frequently disputes arise, even when litigation seemed highly unlikely. Therefore, is it imperative that you confer with a real estate lawyer before signing anything. Call now: (215) 545-0600 or email: email@example.com