Missouri Real Estate Transaction Lawyer

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Whether going through a residential or commercial real estate transaction, you should have a representative, possibly a Missouri real estate transaction lawyer, that is intimately familiar and can advise you on the following areas: (1) The necessary disclosures that must be made and your legal liability for not disclosing matters that occurred while you owned the property or matters that you know occurred before you owned the property; (2) The purchase contract or sales agreement, whether commercial or residential. Once you have signed and delivered a purchase contract you are bound by its terms. Therefore, you should closely review the terms of the contract and clarify any matter that is not clear with your representative; (3) The real estate transfer deed that will be used in the transaction; (4) Your lending options and direction regarding best practices for obtaining the best rate and the best loan product for your financial situation - be cautious about information you receive from a loan officer or mortgage broker; (5) The lending disclosures such as the Good Faith Estimate and Settlement Statement - truly know how much you are paying to finance the transaction and whether the fees are reasonable; (6) The title insurance commitment and the resulting title insurance policy; you may be able to have coverage exceptions removed from your title insurance policy, as well as information added to the vesting or endorsements that provides greater protection - all at little or no cost; (7) Survey, whether to get a spot or boundary (stake) survey and how to realize the liabilities in that survey, such as where an easement is needed, or how it can be used to improve your title insurance; and (8) Closing, what to expect and what can go wrong. Not all real estate transaction lawyers can address these matters.

Items to Consider Before Buying a Home in St. Louis

The managing member of TdD Attorneys at Law also owns a real estate brokerage, TdD Premier Real Estate. TdD Premier Real Estate  Therefore, whether you are a seller, buyer, investor, or just want information on how to choose a real estate agent, we've provided information on items to consider before buying a home in St. Louis on this website.

St. Louis Realtor & Attorney

From offices in St. Louis, Missouri, TdD Attorneys at Law LLC, represents clients in communities throughout the metro area including St. Charles, St. Peters and Chesterfield. Contact attorney Ted Disabato at 314-527-3224 to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced St. Louis Realtor and attorney today. Our firm offers reasonable fees and payment arrangements to all clients.

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