Why Consult With a Lawyer Before Committing to a Georgia Real Estate Contract?
In Georgia, a real estate contract is a legally binding agreement that takes place when real estate property is sold. The terms of the contract are spelled out in the contract that lists in detail what is expected to occur by both the buyer and the seller. When buying any type of real estate property it is prudent to contact a Georgia real estate attorney to assure that the contract is valid, the terms are appropriate and it will not bring hardship or financial loss.
Georgia Real Estate Law Team
Whether you are considering purchasing a single family home in Georgia, a townhouse in a Gainesville, GA development or property you plan to use or convert to business use it is important to make sure that the contract is valid according to Georgia contract law. A good real estate contract in Georgia includes details about surveys, title ownership, financing contingencies, home inspection, pest inspection, well inspections, easements, restrictive covenants, and a variety of other important matters that are specific to the property being considered.
Real Estate Attorneys Gainesville Georgia
Your Gainesville GA real estate lawyers are experienced in negotiating residential and commercial Georgia real estate contracts. The real estate attorneys of Georgia will work with you to negotiate terms and review all required documentation. Coleman, Chambers & Rogers Georgia real estate law team are with you from review of the contract through closing and possession of the property making sure you are well protected throughout the deal.
Hall County Real Estate Lawyers
A proper real estate contract includes details such as a legal description of the property, survey data, amount of earnest money as well as what happens to it in the event of a non-sale, contingencies to the sale of the property, time for acceptance and execution of the offer, condition of the property, and closing costs. In addition a contract will include what inspections will be done, and what will occur if the property fails one or more inspections, or a free and clear title is not able to be produced. The Hall County real estate lawyers of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers are knowledgeable in all aspects of Georgia residential and commercial contracts. Call today for a free confidential consultation.