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Real Estate Attorney vs. Agent: Understanding Their Role in Real Estate Matters

real estate attorney vs real estate agent

Buying a home is a major decision, so you do extensive research to ensure a smooth process. You may be asking yourself if you need a real estate attorney or a real estate agent. Here's a look at the differences so you can decide on what type of Read more »

What Does a Real Estate Attorney Do for the Buyer and Seller?

Boulder real estate attorney - Keating and Lyden LLC

A real estate attorney plays a critical role in any real estate transaction that is happening on both the parts of buyers and sellers. Moreover, he/she also makes sure that the deal is structured properly to comply with the law. Here is some valuable information about the services Read more »

Finding the Right Real Estate Attorney for Lease Negotiation

Boulder Real Estate Attorney Lease Negotiation

An attorney is often needed in commercial real estate leasing deals to review landlord drafts and help in the negotiation process. Attorneys who work with small businesses usually have knowledge of or experience with commercial leases. Here are some important considerations to think about when choosing a Boulder real Read more »

How an Attorney Can Help During Real Estate Closings

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Whenever you are involved with a real estate transaction, it's important to work with an experienced attorney. Since real estate closings involve complex legal issues, it helps to have an attorney who checks all the vital aspects of the process.

Things Your Real Estate Lawyer Wants You to Know

Real Estate Legal Advice

When you become involved in buying or selling real estate, it's always a good idea to consult with a real estate attorney. Many people make the mistake of working with an attorney who specializes in fields outside of real estate from referrals.

Warning: Skipping Tenant Verification Can Land You in Trouble

Tenant Verification

Most landlords are selective about renting property out to strangers. Property owners and managers usually require a background check on applicants before granting approval. While this process is routine and expected, some landlords are more careful and thorough than others. Here is a summary of the tenant verification process.

Commercial Real Estate Laws: What You Should Know

As a real estate professional in Colorado, you know how complex commercial real estate laws are from the federal to the local level. Since it's impossible for one person to be an expert on various laws, it's important to