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    When buying a home, it's a great idea to work with a real estate lawyer, especially if you're buying a home without a real estate agent. Then, the role of lawyer is of the utmost importance in protecting your rights. A real estate lawyer will process all required legal documents on your purchase. In fact, your real estate lawyer can be your right hand in dealing with several issues on your purchase of real estate such as looking over the deed, examining the purchase agreement and, most importantly, the terms and conditions. Without a real estate attorney's help, you can wind up with a real estate purchase you regret. Try these tips to help you in getting the right real estate attorney to help you.

    - Once you select a home to purchase, begin looking for a good real estate lawyer.

    - Ask co-workers, friends and family if they recommend a real estate lawyers. Discuss how their lawyers helped them. Getting references will help you in finding reputable lawyers. Choose a real estate lawyer that's an independent agent, not one affiliated with the real estate firm. Check on fees as well.

    - Look online for real estate lawyers. You can specify your search for a residential real estate lawyer. Real estate lawyers have specialized skills in handling a home sale in real estate.

    - Connect with any attorneys you have contacted in the past, even if their area of law isn't real estate law, because they may know of a good real estate lawyer who may be able to help you.

    - Ask for a phone meeting or in-person meeting to see if they charge for an initial consultation. Get a feel for how they communicate with you and if this is a real estate lawyer you trust. Your house will likely represent the largest purchase you make in your life, so entrust this job to someone with whom you feel comfortable. Also, ask what they charge clients per hour.

    - Once you done choosing a real estate lawyer, carefully read their agreement letter or retainer agreement. Understand how you will be charged for the real estate attorney's work. Remember that anytime you call or email your attorney, the "meter" is running and you likely are paying for the time your real estate lawyer spends on your transaction. That's why it pays to plan questions in advance to avoid wasting time.
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    Nov 09, 2016
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