Buying a house in Florida

Buying a house in Florida, do I need a lawyer?

If you are buying a house in Florida, no. You do not need an attorney to represent you when you purchase a house in Florida. However, some states require that you have a lawyer represent you when buying a home.

Though not required, you may want to consider hiring a lawyer to represent you when purchasing a home.

Why would you want to hire an attorney when buying a house in Florida?

There are a few reasons you should consider hiring a lawyer to represent you if you purchase a home.

  • If you are a first-time home buyer, having an attorney making sure everything is handled appropriately and protecting your rights may make the process easier.
  • If you are selling a home and buying a home, having an attorney on call to handle any issues that arise, help negotiate after the inspection, and ensure all paperwork is in order, may lift a burden from you.
  • Having a lawyer represent you may be comforting to the seller and ease your bidding process in this market.
  • When it comes to closing, there is quite a bit of paperwork involved. Having an attorney review the paperwork will help the process run smoothly.
  • If an issue arises and the deal doesn’t close, your lawyer will ensure you are protected and not in legal breach of contract.

For those in the market for a home, you deserve little stress from the buying process. You also deserve someone who advocates for you. Therefore, we offer a no-obligation consultation where you can talk about your situation and ask any questions you have. Sound good – click here to schedule your free, no-obligation appointment or text AskRon to 21000. 

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