When you purchase real estate in the United States, it is highly recommended that you hire an experienced real estate attorney to protect your interests.
A qualified real estate attorney will examine the property’s title, and resolve any title defects. They will also negotiate documents and contracts related to the purchase to ensure that your transaction is structured in the most beneficial way.
A lawyer is trained to identify any potential scams, liens, and judgments that could affect your purchase.
With a highly-qualified team of real estate experts and attorneys, the Foremost Title and Escrow can guide you through the legal process of a real estate closing – From contract signing to the final closing, expediently and cost-effectively.
Foremost Title and Escrow can assist you in the Following Areas:
- Selecting a Tax Structure Appropriate to Buyers and Sellers to maximize the financial consequences of the purchase and sale.
- Contract Evaluation and negotiation
- Assessment of financial option; loan terms clarification
- Legal documents evaluation, including deeds, mortgage surveys, closing statements and seller disclosure settlements
- Attending the closing to make sure the title has been correctly and properly transferred
- Ensuring that any charges are consistent with estimates
- Providing counsel if complications arise throughout the transaction
- FIRPTA applications relating to a foreign seller, if applicable.
- Advice and consulting throughout the transaction process
- Providing owners and lenders policies of title insurance
Foremost Title and Escrow provides the Following Services to Real Estate Professional:
- Contract evaluation and contract negotiation
- Performing title searches, securing title insurance commitment, securing mortgage payoff letters, reviewing condominium documents and closing figures
- Arranging and attending the closing to ensure that clear title has been conveyed
- Review consistency between charges and estimates
- Prepare closing documents such as deeds of conveyance, a seller’s affidavit, business entity resolutions and encumbrance certificates.
- Provide counsel if complications arise
- Offshore company Formation When necessary