While most Texas real estate transactions are completed with very few problems, there is always risks associated with signing a purchase and sale agreement or a financing agreement. Too often, buyers read the contracts but could miss restrictions or exceptions to the agreements which can prove costly.
Having all contracts and agreements reviewed by a skilled real estate attorney can help provide you protection in the event something goes wrong. A poorly worded purchase and sale agreement can create problems getting your deposit returned, put onerous restrictions on securing financing and cause other issues.
Commercial lease agreements often carry restrictions that can make operating your business challenging. Rather than simply sign a long-term lease without having it reviewed first, give our office a call to set up an appointment to review the agreement. Over time, seeking legal help will prove to be a good investment.
Buying any type of real estate means you are making a long-term commitment. Having an attorney verify the title to the property is free from encumbrances, having your financing agreement reviewed and reviewing your purchase and sale agreement or lease agreement helps protect your interests. Contact Allen Landerman P.C. today for help with all your Texas real estate transactions.