Selling Your Home with the Assistance of a Real Estate Agent
If you are selling your home through a real estate agent, you will be dealing with a listing agreement, sales contract and closing documents. If you are unsure about what any or all of these contracts and documents means, you should have an attorney review them with you. In fact, most real estate contracts have an area for you to specify who your attorney is. Dan Burke has reviewed and written real estate contracts for many years. He can help you with all of these.
Selling Your Home without a Real Estate Agent (For Sale by Owner)
If you are selling your home without the assistance of a real estate attorney, at some point in the sales transaction, you will be dealing with a sale contract, seller’s disclosure notice, closing documents, deeds, and possible deeds of trust, and promissory notes. All of these are legal documents and have consequences if not handled properly. Dan Burke, San Antonio’s real estate attorney, can help you with sales contracts, deeds, deeds of trust, promissory notes, and all the matters involved with “for sale by owner” transactions.