You've got your down payment and earnest money. You've had an inspection done. You're well on your way toward buying your new home. When the time for closing arrives, you should be aware that you will be paying for some services at the closing. These closing costs vary, but can be significant based on loan type, mortgage lender and state law. What are these costs for?
Whether your organization is planning to rent new business premises, purchase a facility or expand into a new location, there are legal issues involved that a real estate agent is not in a good position to help you with. Hiring an attorney to negotiate, draft or review documents and to research zoning and other issues can save you a great deal of time and trouble. Unlike real estate agents and many other professionals, your attorney is legally obligated to act in your interests.