We understand that selling and buying a home, condominium, or cooperative is a stressful experience. Our goal is to use our more than ten years of experience in handling real estate matters to make your experience as simple and easy as possible while protecting your legal rights.
If you are selling your home, condo or co-op, our offices will review your binder agreement, prepare your contract of sale, and deal directly and often with the purchaser’s attorney, real estate brokers, mortgage brokers and title companies so that you won’t have to worry.
We will review the title report to ensure that if there is any impediment to closing, it will be resolved promptly and efficiently. We will prepare all of the closing documents, attend the closing and ensure that you receive all of the proceeds of the sale you are entitled. After the closing, you will receive copies of all important documents, as well as a detailed closing statement prepared by us to forward to your accountant.
Our Attorneys Will Handle All Closing Details for You
We will order a title report and review it to ensure that the property you are purchasing is free from any liens or encumbrances. If there are any problems with the title, we will demand that the seller removes those impediments prior to closing. We will order your termite inspection to make sure there is no infestation or damage caused by any insects to your home. We will work with you and your lender to make sure that prior to the closing the lender will receive from you all of the required documentation, and we will inform you of the amount of money and how checks should be cut prior to the closing. We will make sure that you have homeowners insurance before you close to protect your property. We will attend the closing to make sure that you receive a title insurance policy that protects your legal rights, that title properly is put in your names in a way that best suits your legal needs. After closing, we will send you copies of all important documents including your deed, your title policy, and a closing statement prepared by our office to take to your accountant, and if appropriate, provide you with a STAR form for tax relief.
We know you have to worry about packing, moving, and all of the other things that make a move one of the three most stressful events you will encounter in your lifetime. Our Suffolk County real estate attorneys will handle the rest to make your experience what it should be — an exciting and memorable time.