Real Estate Law 101

Real Estate 101: The Statute of Frauds is a really old law that originated in England in 1677. It requires that certain transactions must be in writing, signed by the party to be charged, basically the person being sued. Real estate purchases are one of the transactions covered by the statute of frauds. In real… Continue reading Real Estate Law 101

What Does A Real Estate Closing Attorney Do?

Nearly 90 percent of homebuyers and sellers use a real estate agent during a property transaction. A much smaller percentage of participants consult a real estate attorney. While it is true that most property transactions go off without a hitch, there are times when expert legal advice can be helpful, even necessary. Because most issues… Continue reading What Does A Real Estate Closing Attorney Do?