Capable Handling Of Your Real Estate Transactions And Litigation Matters
Purchasing a home, rental property or commercial property can be a complicated and expensive venture. Hiring the right real estate lawyer to guide you through the selling or buying process can be a tremendous benefit to you and save you time and money.
The law office of Stewart, McArdle, Sorice, Whalen, Farrell, Finoli & Cavanaugh, LLC, represents buyers and sellers in both commercial and residential real estate transactions in the city of Greensburg and surrounding cities and towns located throughout Westmoreland County and western Pennsylvania. Many problems can arise from the signing of the purchase agreement to the actual closing — and if the problems aren’t resolved, the closing might never even happen. First-time buyers can be especially vulnerable to mistakes regarding financing, the performance of conditions, the results of inspections and problems on the record of title, ranging from housing code citations to unsatisfied liens.
Providing Skilled Representation For Buyers
With respect to buyers, from the time they make an offer to buy real estate to the actual closing, our attorneys and staff will work with the seller, banks, insurance agencies and others to ensure that the sale closes. Stewart, McArdle, Sorice, Whalen, Farrell, Finoli & Cavanaugh, LLC, can conduct closings for the buyer in a cost-effective manner.
With respect to sellers, our firm will review listing agreements with potential brokers to ensure the sellers’ interests are protected. Our firm also reviews any agreement of sale to ensure that the agreement of sale protects the sellers from unlimited liability. Our lawyers and staff ensure that any problems that may arise through residential inspections are solved with reasonable remedies. Our firm can draft an Agreement of Sale or Buy Sale Agreement.
Resolving Real Estate Issues
From commercial real estate transactions to sale of residential transactions involving single family homes, condominiums and townhouses, Stewart, McArdle, Sorice, Whalen, Farrell, Finoli & Cavanaugh, LLC, reviews, examines and resolves real estate problems. These problems can include inaccurate or incomplete seller’s disclosures, land use or zoning code violations and citations, unpaid property tax liabilities, defects in title, unsatisfied tax liens or judgment liens, building code problems, inspection issues, repairs and problems with boundaries, access or easements.
Our firm works toward resolving these issues through negotiations with the other party to the sale, through title insurance, or through the holders of past liens and other encumbrances against the property. When an amicable resolution of these problems is impossible, our firm can represent you in a lawsuit for specific performance against the seller or breach of the purchase agreement against the buyer.