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Effective Legal Real Estate Representation
Connecticut’s Real Estate Closing Attorneys
When It Comes to Real Estate, You Don’t Want to Go It Alone.
Whether you are the buyer or the seller, it may be the largest transaction you are involved in your lifetime. It’s stressful and could be detrimental if not every “t” is crossed and “i” is dotted. Our team at Connecticut Real Estate Closing Attorneys is highly educated on the ins and outs of real estate closings. We work out of our office in Hamden, CT, but easily serve real estate clients across the state. Learn more about us below and reach out to work with a professional during your closing.
Buying a Home
Why should you hire us?
It depends on how much time you have. We focus on real estate, so we will not be stuck in court when you need us. We have embraced technology that helps us keep you updated on your closing and will allow us to collect information from you more securely. This saves you time and money, which will enable us to help you get into your dream home with less stress. We understand that this is the biggest purchase of your life, and would be extremely happy to be part of this life moment with you.
What do attorneys charge?
Unfortunately, there is no set charge. Every attorney can charge whatever they like. Most real estate closing attorneys charge a flat fee. If you would like to get a quote on our legal fees, you can give us a call.
Do I really need an attorney for my closing?
How much will it cost me to close?
National averages for total closing costs are between 2-5% for a buyer, and on the sale side, the state average is about 8% for most closing in the state of Connecticut for a seller. This does not include your mortgage payoff or paying off any other liens on the seller’s side. Your attorney’s fees and costs are part of this figure.
Where will my closing take place?
Will the closing be on the closing date?
The closing date is a target date. This means we are working towards closing this date; however, delays can sometimes happen. We suggest scheduling your mover a few days after the closing if possible. So that if there are delays, you don’t have to scramble to find new movers. If not, we recommend waiting until we have a mortgage commitment.