A real estate transaction often involves the exchange of a significant amount of money and assets. A good attorney ensures that the contracts and agreements related to the transaction are legally binding and enforceable. They’ll review contracts and agreements drafted by the other party or draft their own to protect your interests.
For example, a real estate attorney can draft purchase agreements, lease agreements, and option agreements, among others. They can also review and negotiate terms related to the sale price, financing, closing costs, contingencies, and any other key provisions that may impact the transaction.