In almost every Tampa real estate transaction the question is always the same. Is it necessary for me to hire a Tampa real estate attorney? The answer can be both simple and complex. Your local real estate agent should be able to advise you what the protocol is in the area in which you want to purchase real estate. That is the simple answer.
The complex answer has to do with what situation you find yourself in.
Tampa real estate buyers:
- Are you an out of town buyer of Tampa real estate?
- Are you buying Tampa real estate that is a short sale or bank owned?
- Are you buying Tampa real estate that is part of an estate?
- Are you buying commercial property?
- Are you buying Tampa real estate that could potentially have some structural issues?
- Are you buying Tampa real estate in a problematic area, such as a flood zone?
Tampa real estate sellers:
- Are you selling Tampa real estate that is in some state of distress?
- Are you the executor of a piece of Tampa real estate whose owner is now deceased?
- Are you selling Tampa real estate with a non-cooperative partner?
- Do you have any judgments or liens in your own background?
If you answered yes to any of the questions, then hiring a Tampa real estate attorney to guide you through the process would be beneficial.
The office of Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. is prepared to guide you through any and all transactions associated with Tampa real estate. Call our office at 813.254.2637 to set an appointment for a real estate consultation today!