Chicago Real Estate Attorney
As a Chicago real estate attorney, I represent buyers and sellers of residential and commercial real estate in the Chicago, Illinois area.
Whether your transaction is in the City of Chicago or in the Chicago suburbs, real estate transactions can be complex. First of all, buyers and sellers negotiate a real estate sales contract. Typically, a real estate broker represents each party to the real estate contract. In addition, the parties usually use a Chicago Association of Realtors or Illinois Association of Realtors real estate contract form. However, buyers of new construction real estate generally must sign a contract drafted by the real estate developer’s attorney. As you can imagine, contracts drafted by the developer’s attorney tend to favor the developer. For this reason, you need a real estate lawyer on your side.
Second, the buyer and seller each retain a real estate lawyer. There are many important tasks to perform leading up to a real estate closing. Therefore, it pays to retain a Chicago real estate lawyer. Please visit Chicago Real Estate Lawyer for further details on the many tasks required to close a real estate transaction.
Contact me at 773.307.0181 or Brian@BrianThompsonLaw.com.