Do I Need A Lawyer To Buy A Home?

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Real Estate Agent with Long and Foster Real Estate DLLR# 94660

As we show you in this video, laws vary by state. Some states require a lawyer to assist in several aspects of the home buying process while other states do not as long as a qualified real estate professional is involved. Even if your state doesn't require one you may want to hire a lawyer to help with the complex paperwork and legal contracts. A lawyer can review contracts make you aware of special considerations and assist you with the closing process. Your real estate agent may be able to recommend a lawyer. If not, shop around.

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Pat Ogle Realtor, Associate Broker, CRS, CRIS, CCBR, DSAC e-Pro, GRI

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