For Sale Real estate transactions involve numerous people and a wide range of documents. The culmination of a real estate transaction – the “Closing” requires that all interested parties assemble to finalize the transaction. Closings involve the execution and delivery of all required documents simultaneously with the payment of the purchase price and the settlement costs of the transaction. While this may seem like a simple process, conducting a real estate closing is a complicated matter and requires a thorough knowledge of the law. Accordingly, sellers and purchasers often turn to lawyers.
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Mortgage Contract Closing involves a series of multifaceted phases including: examination of the title, completion and explanation of legal documents, and resolution of any possible title difficulties. Real estate closing attorneys conduct each of these steps. They start by examining the title records for prior conveyances, unpaid mortgages, liens, judgments, easements, and other encumbrances and atypical items impacting the title. In short, they confirm that the seller has the authority to convey a good title to the property and that no errors exist in the deeds in the chain of title. Additionally, they negotiate with the title insurance company for insurance coverage to insure titles against any adverse claims of ownership, liens, and easements.

Sold Closing attorneys next combine all relevant information into a single set of closing documents. At the closing, they provide detailed explanations of the documents to insure that the parties understand all issues involved in the transaction. Such matters include: the relevant contracts of sale, obligations of contracts, ordering of the title searches, their analysis of title searches, significance of the title search, quality of title, extent of risks, probability of damage, obligation to close or not to close, process of closing itself, and documents there exchanged. They then disburse funds, record appropriate documents as public records, and prepare title insurance policies for the purchaser and lender.

The closing attorney's role can be summed up as follows:

For buyers, attorneys:
  • Review and negotiate the specific terms of contracts;
  • Help assess financing options and explain the terms of loans;
  • Evaluate all legal documents, such as the deed, title policy, mortgage, survey, closing statement, and seller disclosure statement;
  • Attend the closing and make sure clear title is transferred;
  • Scrutinize charges to make sure that they are consistent with estimates; and
  • Provide updates of any facts that affect the property interest and provide counsel if difficulties arise.

For sellers, attorneys:
  • Review and negotiate the specific terms of contracts;
  • Request title searches, surveys, mortgage payoff letters, condominium documents and all other items necessary for closing;
  • Prepare the deed, all other closing documents, and closing figures;
  • Arrange for the closing at a convenient time;
  • Attend the closing and ensure that clear title is conveyed;
  • Review charges for consistency with estimates; and
  • Provide updates of any facts that affect the property interest and provide counsel if difficulties arise.

At Mycek Law we are dedicated to providing you with unsurpassed service, ensuring that your Real Estate transaction is completed in accordance with all applicable laws and that all aspects of your interaction with our firm are well defined, considerate, and honorable. A listing of additional services can be found on the Practice Areas page.