Are Real Estate Transactions Complicated?
A Real Estate transaction is typically very complicated. A lot of money, time, emotion, and paper is involved. When something goes bad in real estate, it can impact you financially and emotionally for years to come if not resolved appropriately.
One of the most common concerns is whether a defect on the property was properly disclosed. Buyers of the property may feel that a defect they discovered after closing was not disclosed and thus the seller should compensate the buyer or they should cancel and rescind the purchase.
In these cases, both parties to a contract have rights and obligations. If you are involved in a real estate dispute then it is important to speak with an experienced real estate attorney who can be your advocate and represent you in court, providing the best chance at protecting your interests.
If you’re in need of a lawyer to assist you with your real estate transaction, contact Neally Law.