video: New Homes - Use An Attorney?


As you will see, most buyers do not understand real estate contracts.
Hire a qualified real estate attorney to review the contract for YOUR benefit in understanding the contract, potential issues and concerns.
Most new-home sales contracts are fill-in-the-blanks; theres very little room for negotiation.
An attorney will help you be SURE about what you are committing to.
If a special or deal makes you feel compelled to sign quickly, tell the builder you want to add a clause making the contract contingent on review and approval by your attorney.
Most builders are amenable to this, provided the review is done promptly .
Think of the attorney this way: Theyre explaining the contract TO you, not renegotiating it FOR you.

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