Legal Support For Real Estate Contracts
The One to Four Family Residential Contract (Resale) is the most well-known and used contract in the state of Texas. While it may be the most widely used contract, it may not be the best one for a purchaser, seller or investor. The real estate buyer or seller should consult with an experienced Houston real estate contract lawyer to be better advised. Have an attorney help determine whether that standard contract is right for you.
A real estate attorney can help negotiate a real estate transaction and prepare the contract for your use and benefit.
The Weaver Law Firm can assist in drafting a wide range of real estate contracts, including but not limited to:
- Purchase and Sale Agreements
- Commercial Leases and Residential Leases
- Vacation Rental Agreements
- Subtenant Agreements
- Farm and Ranch Contracts
- Grazing and Hay Production Leases
- Hunting Leases
- Boundary Line Agreements
- Easement Agreements
- HOA Waiver & Variance documents
- Seller Finance Agreements
- Partition Agreements
- Wrap-Around Agreements
- Ernest Money Contracts
- Wind Leases
- Ground Leases
- Construction Contracts
If you require a real estate contract, consult an attorney double board-certified in real estate law. You can reach real estate lawyer, Richard Weaver at The Weaver Law Firm.
Why Hire a Lawyer Instead of a Real Estate Agent?
Why should someone hire a lawyer when he or she may already have a real estate agent? Because lawyers have the legal knowledge and ability to change the language in the form contracts used by Realtors. Brokers have certain limitations, including the limitation to filling the blanks of the forms and checking certain boxes. They would also fill out any attached addenda.
The person representing the buyer or seller should keep the client’s best interests at heart. Consulting a real estate attorney can be an inexpensive process. Not having a Realtor and only a real estate attorney can potentially save a buyer thousands of dollars, depending on the deal.
We understand that sellers have certain questions, like:
- What is an “as-is” contract?
- What is due diligence?
- Why are surveys important?
- What is the legal significance of the content in a contract?
- Can the seller finance this transaction?
- How much must a seller disclose about a property?
If you have these types of questions or any question regarding the sale or purchase of real property, we want to help. Call us at 713-454-7875.
Se habla español: Spanish-speaking services are available at our law office.