Whether you’re a first-time home buyer or a seller who’s downsizing, real estate closings are complex, nuanced and conclude with an abundance of paperwork. An experienced attorney will represent only you and your interests during the pre-closing and closing process.
Not at all. In fact, we’re oftentimes contacted right after an offer has been made or accepted.
We bring more than 25 years of combined experience to handling closings for both buyers and sellers.
We serve all areas throughout Chicagoland, from downtown to the farthest suburbs. We’re familiar with the ins and outs of all municipalities.
Clients work directly with one attorney, either Eileen or Renee, for the entire process. We pride ourselves on addressing all questions and concerns during the pre-closing phase.
No, we work with all realtors and title companies. We’ve built an excellent reputation with colleagues in the real estate community.
We charge a flat fee and it’s the same for a buying or selling transaction. There are no charges or obligations for an initial call or inquiry.
We attend all closings on behalf of our clients.
Yes, we are happy to provide references from clients, realtors, title companies and the real estate community.
Provided by the title company, this document details the financial aspects of the closing based on figures supplied by the lender and the seller.
A document from the seller stating that the seller hasn’t done anything to effect the title to the property since the effective date of the title commitment.
The legal instrument that transfers title of a property from one person to another. The deed will be recorded after the closing in a courthouse or the assessor’s office.
This statement shows the amount due on a seller’s loan.
This document makes representation concerning the possible exceptions to title.
This document itemizes any personal property that you agreed to sell to your buyer.
A statement that indicates you were informed of various fees and closing costs ahead of time.
These are the documents provided by your lender and include the note and the mortgage.
A document from the title company that legally confirms your identity.