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Understanding Buyer Representation

The purchase of a home, investment property, or commercial property, is likely the largest investment most people will make in their lives.

Buyers of real estate have special needs that are not necessarily addressed by the attorney or title company handling the closing and title work. The closing agent is generally chosen by the seller, and therefore represents the seller’s interests and not yours. A well informed buyer knows they need someone in their corner, looking out for their best interests. This is the role of the real estate attorney when representing you as the buyer in a real estate transaction. With our team’s extensive experience, you can trust that we will provide the highest possible standard of representation, regardless of how complex your transaction may be.

At Robert J. Warren, P.A., we provide buyer representation based on your individual needs, and our fees are always reasonable. Our buyer representation services include reviewing and advising regarding the contract before and after it is signed and communicating with the seller’s designated closing agent throughout the transaction. We will also review all of the title documents, closing documents, and financial documents related to your purchase. Undetected defects in the title to the property you are purchasing can threaten your ownership interest in the property, and errors in the closing documents and closing statement can result in you being overcharged. When we are involved, you can rest assured that the title to your property will be free of defects, and that we will be looking out for your best interests throughout your real estate purchase process.

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