A home is the largest single source of wealth for many Americans. The sale of that home means a chance to cash in on equity which you have built. If the sale of your residential real estate is not handled properly, however, you may find the transaction being delayed. Worse, you may find yourself involved in litigation. By retaining an attorney who is experienced in handling all aspects of such transactions you help to ensure that you get to receive your money and move on with your life sooner, rather than later. Our Hartford lawyers have over seventy-five years of combined experience and are able to assist in such matters. Contact our office today to schedule an initial consultation. We also assist those in Wethersfield, New Britain, Rocky Hill, and elsewhere in the state.
The sale of a residence involves a purchase contract between the buyer and the seller. An inspection will then be performed on the home. The buyer will have the opportunity to request repairs in regards to any problems found during the inspection. The request for repairs may involve additional negotiations between the parties. It will also be necessary to ensure that a seller has a clear title to the property and that there are no liens or “clouds” over the property. Once the process has been completed then settlement documents will be prepared, the home will be titled in the buyer’s name, and the seller will receive their check.
Our Hartford attorneys have substantial experience in assisting home sellers with the negotiation of a purchase contract, with handling any title issues, with the review of inspection reports, and any subsequent negotiations which may occur. We will be proactive in handling all aspects of your transaction so that you may complete the matter as soon as possible. We are honored to serve those in our community and we work to earn this privilege.
We also service the areas of Wethersfield, New Britain, Rocky Hill, East and West Hartford, Bristol, Glastonbury, and Manchester, as well as the Middlesex County cities of Middletown and Cromwell.