Whether you are buying or selling residential or commercial property, the best time to protect yourself is prior to signing the purchase and sale contract. Our attorney has extensive experience preparing and negotiating residential contracts as well as complex commercial contracts for individuals and businesses alike. We will work closely with you to determine whether you are able to utilize one of our standard form contracts or if your circumstances require a more customized approach.
At Metka Law Firm, PA, we strive to make your experience as smooth and simple as possible. So, whether you’re in need of a residential or commercial contract, we will do what it takes to curate one that fits your unique needs.
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Step 1Schedule a complimentary telephone consultation with our experienced real estate attorney and retain our office to represent you.
Step 2Send us the information regarding your residential or commercial contract that we need to get started.
Step 3We will customize your representation to fit your specific needs.
Step 4After the contract has been negotiated and signed, we are here to represent you through closing if you decide.
I’m selling as For Sale By Owner, can you help prepare the contract?
Yes, we assist many Sellers who are selling their properties without a real estate agent. We will help guide you through every step of the process.
If each party agrees to the terms of the contract, why do I need an attorney to review it?
Typically when a buyer and seller first enter into a contract, they don’t anticipate disputes or issues that could arise. Your attorney’s job is to point out potential areas of risk, to ensure you are making an informed decision to buy or sell based on specific contractual terms.
Is my earnest money deposit refundable?
The answer to this question is largely dependent upon your contract. But typically, if you are within your inspection period, you can get your full EMD back. If you are outside of your inspection period, our attorney would need to review your contract to advise you on what other arguments could be made in favor of a return of your EMD.