Trusted Spanaway Real Estate Attorneys Help Clients Purchase Homes
Dedicated Washington law firm protects homebuyers’ interests
Washington does not require you to retain a lawyer for your home purchase or sale. However, having an attorney to represent you during your residential real estate transaction can serve to protect your interests in what is often the most expensive undertaking many people experience. Established in 2011, Strong International Law Group in Spanaway assists with contract review, closings and other areas of the home buying and selling process. We represent residents of Pierce County and nearby areas.
How our attorneys help with residential real estate purchases and sales
The documentation involved in home purchases and sales is extensive and much of it is written in complicated legalese. Our attorneys, who are highly experienced in business law as well as real estate, can review your real estate contract before you sign it to ensure it is in your interests and negotiate changes if it is not. We can also negotiate for you if there are issues that arise during the home inspection and need to be resolved before the deal moves forward. You can rely on us for whatever legal advice you may need during your home purchase or sale.
How a lawyer can help ensure the closing process goes smoothly
Closing is the all-important conclusion to a residential real estate transaction. If it goes smoothly, you will walk away with the keys to your new home or a check for the property you sold. But if title problems, loan documentation mistakes or other problems occur, your closing could be delayed or the deal may fall through altogether. Having an attorney with you at the closing or available to answer your questions and address any concerns can help ensure that the transaction closes on time.
Representing buyers and sellers in real estate disputes
Sometimes home buying transactions don’t go as planned. Buyers might back out or not be able to get financing, or sellers may discover that there are liens against their property. When these things happen, a real estate litigation attorney can advise you about your rights and recourse you may have if you have lost money because of the other party’s actions or issues. An attorney can also be particularly helpful if the home is a foreclosure, short sale, for sale by owner, estate sale property or another property that presents complex challenges.
Contact a proficient residential real estate lawyer in Washington for help with your purchase or sale
At Strong International Law Group in Spanaway, we assist Pierce County residents in buying and selling homes in Washington. To schedule a free consultation, call our firm at 253-331-2889 or contact us online.