Most purchasers and sellers send their agreements to their real estate lawyer after the agreement has already been signed. At this point, it is typically too late to amend or get out of the deal. This is why it is important to have your lawyer review the agreement prior to signing.
If your purchase or sale agreement is conditional on lawyer’s review, then your lawyer can go through the entire agreement. Through this review, a lawyer can determine whether any changes should be made. Without a review clause in the agreement, the purchaser and seller are bound by the terms in the agreement. A review of the agreement can address issues at the outset of the real estate transaction, saving you time and money.
This is particularly true with the purchase of a property which has not been built or with the purchase of a condominium. These types of purchase transactions tend have lengthy agreements. Having a lawyer review these documents means that all the details are examined thoroughly.
The purchasing or selling of a house is one of the largest transactions that you will make in your life. Why not have a lawyer with expertise in this area review your agreement?