We advise & represent you as lawyers in all matters relating to the purchase & sale of real estateOne of the bigger decisions in life is certainly the purchase of a home or a flat. For most people, this involves a long-term and high financial burden. The considerations for this decision are thoroughly and usually precisely calculated, so it would be all the more annoying if savings were made in the wrong place and a lawyer’s review of the documents was neglected. As experienced lawyers for real estate law, we can offer you legal certainty for the purchase of your property or represent you nationwide in the event of a legal dispute.
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Involving an experienced lawyer in the purchase process and obtaining comprehensive advice should definitely be considered when buying real estate. Problems with faulty contracts often arise only after a time delay and can quickly turn an originally worthwhile investment into a trap.
Especially when buying real estate, there are many pitfalls to consider. An experienced lawyer will clarify all permissible options for development and ensure that the property is not still encumbered with third-party rights (e.g. rights of way, rights of way).
A lawyer can also clarify whether, for example, a property is not still encumbered with other liabilities (tax debts, liens, etc.). Such and other problems during the execution of the purchase contract can be avoided with an experienced lawyer for real estate law.
If you are planning to buy or sell a property or a plot of land and want to consult with a lawyer, it is helpful to compile all relevant documents and make them available to the lawyer.
This includes, for example, a possibly already existing notarised draft purchase contract, the declaration of division and, if available, the minutes of the last three owners’ meetings. The minutes of the owners’ meetings can often provide helpful information about the condition of the house, the flat and, last but not least, the owners’ association.
Furthermore, all available data on the object of purchase should be brought along. In addition to the address, this can also include documents and entries from municipal documents. Old contracts for the property or appraisals can also be helpful.