When South Florida residents are involved in a real estate transaction, the mantra probably should be "plan for the worst, hope for the best." Sure, millions of Americans buy and sell homes every year, so how difficult can such a real estate transaction be, right? Unfortunately, many real estate sales will have complications that arise. But, the goal remains the same: get to the finish line -- the real estate closing.
Our readers who are familiar with previous posts here know that a real estate closing is the culmination of all of the hard work that goes into a real estate transaction. At the real estate closing, the parties will officially transfer ownership of the property. But, the reality is that there can be some last-minute issues that need to be addressed. When this occurs, knowing your options in the moment can be critical in seeing that the transaction goes through to completion.
At Kimberly A. Abrams and Associates, we do our best to work with our clients to get them on a path toward a smooth and problem-free real estate closing. The best way to have a successful real estate closing is to ensure that all of the work leading up to that day was done correctly: the purchase and sale agreement, the contracts, the title check and depositing escrow funds.
Both sellers and potential buyers in South Florida won't want to waste time on real estate deals that eventually fall through. To avoid this type of scenario, anyone who is involved in the local real estate market will want to do the right amount of preparation. For more information about how our law firm attempts to help people in South Florida who are entering into a real estate transaction, please visit our website.