The first thing to do when considering purchasing real estate is to get a professional involved. Why? Because even your purchase offer is legally binding. You also should be aware from the start of the property's strengths and weaknesses and true value.
While real estate agents are highly professional and act with integrity, their interests are not identical to yours. You want the best home for the least cost. They want the deal to go through. And since their commission may be a percentage of the price, they hope it will be high.
Talk to attorney Mark L. Murphy about your goals in buying a home. What kind of home are you interested in? What kind of financing would work best for you?
Whether you are looking at new construction or an existing home, Mr. Murphy can analyze the physical and financial aspects of a home purchase. What is the quality of construction? Is there a warranty you can rely on?
The last thing you want is to end up with a problem that only litigation can resolve. We can guard against that from the moment you contact us.
Let the Law Office of Mark L. Murphy tell you what we can do for you. When you retain an attorney from our office, that lawyer will be looking out for your interests and yours alone.
We have practiced residential real estate law exclusively for 25 years. Over the past 15 years our office has handled an average of 20-25 residential real estate closings per week, the majority of which are FNMA, FHLMC or FHA qualified loans.
Contact us online or call 781-863-1050 for a no-cost initial consultation.