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Drafting and reviewing contracts for real estate transactions

It may feel as if there is an endless stream of paperwork to sign when completing a real estate transaction, and understandably so. Whether you are selling or buying, contracts help protect your interests no matter what. But just how familiar are you with real estate transactions in Delaware? Here are a few things you may want to keep in mind when contemplating a buy-sell agreement.

Having someone draft an agreement on your behalf can be advantageous. When taking this approach, you can feel more confident that the contract will contain specific language that protects your position. It does not matter if you are buying a small single-family home or selling a large commercial property -- protecting your own interests in both the short and long term is essential.

It is not always possible to take charge of the buy-sell agreement though, which leaves the other party in charge. In this situation, you could potentially be left vulnerable to unfavorable clauses. It is also surprisingly easy to overlook red flags buried deep inside these agreements. Having another party review an agreement before signing is usually advisable.

Delaware real estate law is a complex topic that can be confusing to navigate when buying or selling property. However, you can mitigate potential problems by seeking guidance from a knowledgeable attorney who has experience with both drafting and reviewing buy-sell agreements. You should be sure to visit our website to learn more about real estate transactions and how you can best protect yourself.

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