Real Estate Law Attorney in Schaumburg & Elgin, Illinois
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Christopher S. Nudo, Attorney at Law Can Handle All of Your Real Estate Law Needs
Even the most straight-forward real estate matter can become complicated by hidden clauses in a real estate contract. Ensure a smooth real estate transaction by reaching out to Christopher S. Nudo, Attorney at Law. Our real estate lawyer will make sure you’re not taken advantage of and handle all documents relating to your property.
We can prepare, adjust and register real estate documents for you. We can also arrange for insurance to protect your property from potential losses. Get in touch with Christopher S. Nudo, Attorney at Law to learn more about our real estate law services.
Hire a Real Estate Attorney in Elgin, Illinois
When you’ve got a real estate law matter to settle, Christopher S. Nudo, Attorney at Law can help. Our legal team can assist with:
- Real estate closings
- Title issues
- Financing disputes
I’m Going To Be Buying A Property. When Is The Best Time To Consult Or Hire A Real Estate Attorney?
If you’re a first time home buyer, it is a really good idea to consult with a lawyer and review the entire process. This includes everything from looking for a home to deciding when to apply for your loan. You should discuss what to expect after you’ve signed a contract, what an inspection consists of, and what role it has in the process, and what to expect all the way through the process. By discussing the process, a first time home buyer can be prepared and know what to expect before even signing a contract…Read More
What Real Estate Matters Do You Handle For Clients In Illinois?
We handle the buying and selling of residential and commercial real estate, industrial, farming, vacant land, new construction, and commercial leasing. Do I Need A Real Estate Attorney And A Realtor For A Real Estate Transaction In Illinois? In the Chicago Metro Area (i.e. Cook County, DuPage County, Will County, Lake County, McHenry County, and Kane County), a real estate attorney is necessary on both the buyer and seller side of a real estate transaction. Real estate brokers are not required but are often used. Read More
What Happens If I Do Not Move By The Scheduled Closing Date?
Not moving by the scheduled closing date is not really an option; the seller is going to have to figure out a way to move, as the consequences of not moving by the scheduled closing date can be rather severe. First and foremost, a buyer can hold the seller in breach of contract, and would have numerous remedies available to them. One such remedy is specific performance, which is an action brought to essentially evict a seller and demand that they sell the property as per the terms of the contract. A number of damages would also be available to the buyer, including storage fees. If a transaction does not go through and the seller is at fault, then the buyer is entitled to many different levels of damages. Read More
What Can Both Sides Expect To Happen At A Real Estate Closing?
Every law firm handles real estate closings differently, but I’d like to think our firm handles them in the best way. We don’t permit our sellers to attend closings; we have them pre-sign all of the documentation and provide us with a power of attorney to attend the closing. This is because there’s very little for a seller to do at the closing table, and they can sometimes talk out of nervous energy and say something that will cause problems. By keeping them away from the closing table, we avoid unnecessary drama between buyers and sellers. Read More
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