Land records in New England date back hundreds of years. As a result, the ownership history of a piece of land can get complex. So much is at stake when buying or selling a home; it is often the largest single purchase you will ever make. The legal landscape in real estate is changing every day. We make it our business to keep abreast of these changes. Our firm has attorneys admitted in both Connecticut and Rhode Island, and we are happy to close at your local real estate office if one of our offices is inconvenient. We are here to make the process as smooth as possible.
If you need a real estate attorney to handle your closing, give us a call today or fill out the form below.
Buying A Property
If you are buying a property, our attorneys will serve as advisors and advocates on your behalf and assist you by reviewing the contract, coordinating the closing with your lender, reviewing the title search, preparing your title insurance policy and managing any unforeseen issues. We take the time to explain the process and ensure that you understand the transaction. We make certain that documents are recorded and delivered to the appropriate parties, ensuring clean title.
Selling A Property
If you are selling a property, we will serve as advisors and advocates on your behalf and assist you by completing mortgage payoffs, preparing deeds, delivering clear title, attending the closing, and managing any unforeseen issues.
Refinancing Your Home
Refinancing your home is a bit of a hybrid between a sale and a purchase. The refinance process replaces your existing mortgage with a new loan. Refinancing can reduce monthly payments, lower the interest rate, shorten or lengthen the term of the loan, remove private mortgage insurance (PMI), or convert an adjustable rate mortgage to a fixed-rate mortgage. A home equity line of credit can provide funds for home renovations or debt payments by leveraging the equity in the home. Whatever your goal for refinancing, our firm will help you achieve it.