Bronx Real Estate Lawyer
When it comes to choosing a real estate attorney you want someone professional, honest, and someone that is easy to contact. When buyers come to me asking me to refer them an attorney I make sure that I give them someone that will do an exeptional job. It is to my advantage to refer them some remarkable because it is a direct reflection on how I run my business, and it also ensures for a smoother transaction.
When it comes time to choosing a real estate lawyer, it does not benefit you to shop on price! This is one of the biggest mistakes that I see many first time home buyers make. Purchasing a home is a complicated legal transaction. Realtors, appraisers, attorneys, inspectors, title and insurance companies all need to come together to help complete your sale. You need to find the best available lawyer to represent you and protect your rights. If he/she makes a mistake, or is too busy to handle your file, this could cost you both time and money. (I have been at a closing table where the lack of attention to detail by the attorney costed his client thousands of dollars). For all that it is worth you should really, consider going with a trusted person, someone that comes highly referred is worth the money. You do not want to be stuck in a bind at the end of a stressful real estate transaction and not be able to get your lawywer on the telephone.
I do not want to scare any potential home buyers, just know that choosing the right attorney is a critical part to completeing a smooth real estate transaction.
Although I refer several different attorneys here in the Bronx. The one that I have found to be the most trustworthy, honest, and professional attorney has been Steven Colon. Steven works here in Throggs Neck, where he runs his own office. He is sharp, friendly and very knowledgeable.
Steven is also extremely affordable, he also takes the police office voucher for his fee. If you are looking for good quality real estate lawyer in the Bronx area, my first suggestion would be to go with a trusted person that is referred to you. If you do not have one, my second suggestion would be to call Steven Colon.
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