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Pennies on the Dollar

by | Oct 17, 2023 | TC Review

Buying a home is a time of change, hope, and stress. Change because your living habits are being upended, hope for a better future, and stress because you’re involved in one of the biggest, most complex financial transactions of your life.

One way to reduce the stress of the transaction is to hire legal counsel. Experienced real estate attorneys know how to avoid common errors of the transaction including ambiguous contract language, unbalanced contract obligations, CC&R requirements, exceptions to title insurance, zoning and land use restrictions, and many many more.

Pennies on the Dollar

The rational Buyer of real estate will have their purchase and sale agreement reviewed for the same reason they purchase homeowner’s insurance, as a hedge against risk! Better to spend “pennies” before you know you have a problem than “dollars” after the fact!

This is where TC Review comes in. If a TC Certified™ attorney finds just one problem during a contract review, you’re better off for having purchase it! The cost of the problem averted could easily be orders of magnitude the cost of the TC Review, potentially saving you thousands of dollars. If on the other hand, the TC Certified™ attorney gives you a clean bill of health, you can sleep better knowing the transaction is clean and legal. Either way, you come out ahead!

The purchase of real estate is complicated. With so much on the line, better safe than sorry!

Timely Contract Solutions

Buyers: Use TC Review to talk to a TC Certified™ attorney within two business days of Order Request upload. Get your questions answered. Understand your legal obligations. Identify solutions. Be prepared with legal options if adverse or unforeseen circumstances arise during the transaction.

Use TC Review to avoid common problems of the real estate transaction … and to sleep better at night!

This post is not legal advice. Legal advice is based on specific facts. This information is necessarily general in nature.

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