Tampa real estate attorney’s document and review real estate transactions including; purchases; leases; appraisals and inspections. The also resolve title insurance and environmental issues. When things go wrong in a real estate transaction, a Tampa real estate attorney steps in to file and defend lawsuits in court. Many real estate lawyers do also help borrowers defend against foreclosure.
One of the key roles a Tampa real estate attorney plays is that of a document drafter in a real estate transaction. A real estate attorney prepares deeds for conveyance transactions, leases, rental agreements, purchases contracts and financing agreements. Only licensed lawyers can actually draft and revise these documents.
Negotiating the Deal
The experience a Tampa real estate attorney has with many types of real estate transactions leaves clients often asking their attorney to negotiate terms and conditions of real estate deals. This involves working with attorneys, developers, brokers and investors.
Real Estate Transaction Review
Some Tampa real estate attorneys are only involved in reviewing and providing advice on real estate transactions. Clients will negotiate the deals, sign a contract and then ask their attorney to perform due diligence on the deal. This means the Tampa real estate attorney will examine the legal title issues, environment issues, reports and any contracts or other documents involved in the real estate transaction. Tampa real estate attorneys have training that allows them to spot issues that clients will not recognize. The real estate attorney plays guardian to a client in this role, making sure they do not fall into any unseen traps.
If you are either buying or selling real estate in the Tampa Bay area, the office of Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. is prepared to schedule a consultation to review your real estate transaction. You can reach us by calling 813.254.2637.