Do I really need an attorney to help with my real estate transaction?
Most people would agree that a 6-figure (or more) financial commitment -- which is often paid down after 30 years -- is a decision worth reviewing by an attorney. And given all else that's at stake, it's in your best interest to find and work with an attorney who has relevant experience. In Massachusetts this is especially true due to the laws involved are more complicated then in some other states. Real Estate Brokers are not allowed to provide legal advice. They have their expertise and we have ours.
We are real estate veterans, offering you nearly 50 year’s local experience -- between my Associate and I. We are well-versed in the local real estate market, and will communicate our understanding of what is reasonable and customary to best serve and protect your interests. I have actually worked as a realtor during my time in law school, working for my dad who owned a Century 21 franchise.
Your best protection is a lawyer who has successfully closed thousands of property transaction, for buyers and sellers.
Once you’re ready to decide on a property, we’ll review the contract, negotiate repairs based on the home inspection report, and collaborate with the title company. We will also be with you, protecting you, at settlement along with your realtor and possibly your lending agent.
Our representation will help make your transaction come together in a logical and fair manner that is amenable to both sides. And that result will make your purchase or sale more likely to conclude with a successful “close”.