Purchase & Sales Contracts2019-12-17T14:31:50-06:00

Real Estate Purchase & Sale Contracts

Real estate purchases can be the most expensive purchase many people make in their lifetime. Whether you are a first-time Texas homebuyer, or you are a commercial real estate buyer or seller, you know that buying and selling real estate is a daunting process! Finding a Dallas real estate property that meets your needs and budget is hard enough. If you and the other party in the transaction have agreed on a price, you are likely breathing a sigh of relief. The process is not over, however.

Ensuring that your real estate sales contract is fair and reasonable is equally essential. If you are in the process of purchasing real estate in Texas, out attorneys will review your real estate purchase and sales contract to ensure it benefits you legally and economically.

If You are Purchasing Real Estate in Texas, You Need an Experienced Attorney

Whether you are in the process of purchasing real estate for personal use or commercial use, it is wise to hire an experienced Dallas real estate attorney who will take a collaborative approach to resolve real estate purchasing issues. The lawyers at Bennett Weston have successfully guided many clients through different real estate processes, including:

  • Purchasing or selling real estate
  • Closing a real estate deal
  • Forming a business to hold real estate
  • Drafting or reviewing real estate sales contract agreements
  • Engaging in sales purchase contract negotiations

Why You Should Consider Hiring an Attorney for Your Real Estate Purchase

Realtors are undoubtedly helpful when it comes to finding properties that match your preferences and needs. Most realtors work on a commission and earn a percentage of the purchase price. The commission-based payment approach may influence the way that realtors negotiate on your behalf. An attorney, on the other hand, must protect the legal interests of his or her client. An attorney will help you negotiate a real estate purchase price with your interests exclusively in mind.

Realtors are somewhat limited as to what they can do. Most realtors use a pre-made sales contract agreement. They likely fill in the blanks on the sales contract and check boxes that apply. Attorneys have the unique ability to draft a personalized sales contract that specifically addresses your needs.

Additionally, attorneys are trained in Texas law and will answer all of your questions in a way that realtors cannot. Are you wondering whether the seller has to disclosure certain negative aspects of the property? Perhaps you have concerns about signing an “as-is” sales purchase agreement. Or, like many people, you may have a difficult time interpreting the legal jargon in the contract. Our Dallas real estate attorneys will gladly help you by drafting a beneficial sales purchase agreement and answering all of your questions.

Dallas Commercial Real Estate Transaction Attorneys

If you are a business owner or you are in charge of handling commercial real estate transactions for your employer, Bennett Weston can help. We have years of experience helping commercial clients with the following common commercial real estate issues:

  • Purchase, Selling, or Leasing Commercial Property
  • Commercial Real Estate Loans
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Restructuring
  • Commercial Leasing
  • Foreclosures
  • Section 1031 Exchanges
  • Commercial Lease Disputes
  • Mortgage Financing Issues

Our Attorneys are Experienced in Commercial Real Estate Litigation

The attorneys at Bennett Weston are also adept in the area of commercial real estate litigation. Should you need to take your commercial real estate legal challenge to court, our attorneys will skillfully and assertively fight for your interests at trial and throughout the entire legal process.

Contact an Experienced Real Estate Lawyer in Dallas, Texas

Hiring a skilled real estate attorney is an effective way to ensure that you get the most out of your real estate transaction. We keep your best interests at the forefront while assertively negotiating for your best interests on your behalf. Contact us today to request an appointment.

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