Whether you are a first-time homeowner or a seasoned investor, a buyer, or the CEO of a major corporation, avoiding Arizona transfer of ownership issues is going to be a major priority. This exchange is at the heart of any real estate transaction, and, not surprisingly, is one of the most common areas for buyers and sellers to encounter issues.
One main problem is that during closing, buyers and sellers are going to be asked to sign a large volume of documents they will not have time to read or fully comprehend. When there are different stakeholders, there can be even more documents and confusing agreements. This experience can be intimidating and leave those involved feeling as if they have little or no control over their own transaction. Additionally, there may be newly included requirements or errors buried somewhere within the sometimes 100 or more closing documents which could easily go unnoticed by the parties.
When you are sitting in closing with an hour to review and sign a pile of documents which you don’t fully understand, it can be overwhelming. In this situation, you may feel pressured to sign everything without a full explanation to get the process completed. However, you should never sign anything at closing without complete confidence that it is correct and does not bind you to anything outside of your original agreement.
At the Law Office of Laura B. Bramnick, we review all materials related to your Arizona real estate transaction before you are asked to sign anything. We have the experience and expertise to make sure your documents are accurate and know how to recognize any defects or missing information. Additionally, we look all of your real estate transaction documents with the trained eye of an experienced Arizona real estate attorney. With this guidance, you will receive trusted, professional advice every step of the way.