Buying a Home With Confidence

When you call on The Law Offices Of Guthrie & Brady, you will acquire the services of an experienced real estate attorney who can give you the advice and guidance to make your transaction a smooth one. 
 
With a real estate attorney, you will receive peace of mind knowing that your interests are being protected and addressed. 
 
The role of a real estate attorney is to ensure that you are getting what you want for the price you want when you are purchasing a home. Your real estate attorney will pay close attention to:
  • The purchase price
  • The state of personal property involved in the sale
  • The mortgage contingency clause
  • The inspection clause
  • The clause that governs penalties for default
Your real estate attorney will also make sure that the seller has provided you with the required disclosures (regarding the property’s condition, including radon hazards, the status of lead paint, etc.) and warranties. They will also make sure the various prorations (taxes, utility bills, rents, association dues, etc.) are reasonable for you.
 
With The Law Offices Of Guthrie & Brady, you will receive all of that and more! Call now to schedule a consultation.

Information Your Attorney May Need

  • Home, work, and facsimile phone numbers
  • Email address
  • Marital status
  • Social Security number(s)
  • Name, address, phone number, and loan officer of the lending institution to which you have applied for financing
  • Mortgage commitment letter
  • Good faith estimate
  • Homeowner’s insurance policy for the new home. You will need to provide this at closing

We Are With You Every Step of the Way

  • Step #1 – Making the offer
  • Step #2 – The seller’s response to the offer
  • Step #3 – Negotiating the contract on inspection and repairs
  • Step #4 – Managing the mortgage contingency
  • Step #5 – Final review before closing
  • Step #6 – The closing

Sell Your Home the Easy Way

Partner with The Law Offices Of Guthrie & Brady to acquire the convenient services of an experienced real estate lawyer. With a real estate lawyer, your transaction will be hassle-free, and you can rest assured knowing everything will be taken care of. Give us a call today to start the process.

Information Required to Sell Your Home

  • Home, work, and facsimile phone numbers
  • Email address
  • Marital status
  • Social Security number(s)
  • Current title insurance policy (not homeowners insurance)
  • Plat of survey (not necessary if the property is a condominium)
  • Current mortgage(s), including the name of the lender, account number, due date, and customer service telephone number
  • Home equity loan(s), including the name of the lender, account number, due date, and customer service telephone number
  • Land trust or living trust information. Please include a copy of the trust agreement
  • Water service, by municipal water and sewer or private well and septic system
  • Sanitary district that serves your home, if applicable
  • Association information, including the name, address, and phone number of the management agent, the amount of the current assessment, and a copy of the declaration, by-laws, and current budget
  • Death certificate, if applicable
  • Notification from any governmental entity regarding any liens or outstanding costs you may owe
  • All information regarding any recent bankruptcy or foreclosure notice 

Emergency Foreclosure Law Services

If you are facing a foreclosure on your home, you still have options. You can rely on The Law Offices Of Guthrie & Brady to delay your property’s foreclosure so that you and your family can properly prepare for your next course of action. Call now.

Slow Down the Foreclosure Process

The foreclosure process normally takes around 4 to 6 months from the time a foreclosure is filed to the sheriff’s sale. You must contact The Law Offices Of Guthrie & Brady as soon as possible so that you can delay the foreclosure process and keep your family in your home. We’ve been providing responsible and affordable real estate law services since 1965.

Superior Short Sale Services

Is your mortgage more than it is presently worth? If so, you are just like 1 in 5 Americans. The Law Offices Of Guthrie & Brady can help you through our short sales and related services. We’ve been offering experience you can trust since 1965. Call us today.

You Have Options

We will evaluate your mortgage and present several options that may help your upside-down mortgage out. These options include:

  • Short sale – selling your home at a below-market price. The Law Offices Of Guthrie & Brady will negotiate with your lender at no cost to you
  • Possible workout plan – a plan to readjust or delay your mortgage interest and repayments with your lender
  • Walkaway or foreclosure – Walking away is never an easy thing to do. Our real estate lawyers will explain the foreclosure process and help you make the best decision. We can also delay the foreclosure to help you and your family prepare for your future.

Buying a Home With Confidence

When you call on The Law Offices Of Guthrie & Brady, you will acquire the services of an experienced real estate attorney who can give you the advice and guidance to make your transaction a smooth one. 
 
With a real estate attorney, you will receive peace of mind knowing that your interests are being protected and addressed. 
 
The role of a real estate attorney is to ensure that you are getting what you want for the price you want when you are purchasing a home. Your real estate attorney will pay close attention to:
  • The purchase price
  • The state of personal property involved in the sale
  • The mortgage contingency clause
  • The inspection clause
  • The clause that governs penalties for default
Your real estate attorney will also make sure that the seller has provided you with the required disclosures (regarding the property’s condition, including radon hazards, the status of lead paint, etc.) and warranties. They will also make sure the various prorations (taxes, utility bills, rents, association dues, etc.) are reasonable for you.
 
With The Law Offices Of Guthrie & Brady, you will receive all of that and more! Call now to schedule a consultation.

Information Your Attorney May Need

  • Home, work, and facsimile phone numbers
  • Email address
  • Marital status
  • Social Security number(s)
  • Name, address, phone number, and loan officer of the lending institution to which you have applied for financing
  • Mortgage commitment letter
  • Good faith estimate
  • Homeowner’s insurance policy for the new home. You will need to provide this at closing

We Are With You Every Step of the Way

  • Step #1 – Making the offer
  • Step #2 – The seller’s response to the offer
  • Step #3 – Negotiating the contract on inspection and repairs
  • Step #4 – Managing the mortgage contingency
  • Step #5 – Final review before closing
  • Step #6 – The closing