Should An Attorney Handle Your Real Estate Contracts?
It can be easy to defer to standard real estate contracts when buying, selling or leasing property. But not every situation is the same, and in some cases, you may need to make changes or additions to these contracts to protect yourself and your investments.
If you are buying, selling or leasing residential or commercial property in Oklahoma, consult our attorney before you sign any documents. At Lidia Law Firm, P.C., we draw from our extensive knowledge of real estate law to help our clients draft, review or modify complex contracts.
Why Choose Our Firm To Guide You?
Real estate transactions require a significant financial commitment, as well as obligations from all parties to the agreement. When issues arise, it can result in costly and time-consuming litigation. As such, it is in your best interest to retain the services of an attorney who can help you navigate them.
Our lawyers have experience with the following types of commercial and residential contracts:
- Purchase agreements
- Listing agreements
- Rental leases
- Brokerage contracts
- Easement agreements
- Construction contracts
- Financing contracts
Contract jargon can be intimidating, but an experienced attorney will help you make sense of these sophisticated real estate documents – allowing you to have confidence in your transactions.
Proactive Actions Can Protect You From Costly Mistakes
Whether you are buying your first home or leasing a space for your business, our attorneys have the know-how to walk you through your contract from start to finish. Don’t wait until after you have already signed to resolve a contract discrepancy. Taking proactive measures by having an attorney now can save you from headaches in the future.