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Cook County real estate attorney home closing

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted the lives of everyone in the United States in a variety of ways. Those who have been lucky enough to avoid getting sick or losing their job are still likely to feel the effects of COVID-19, both in their daily lives and their plans for the future. If you are considering buying or selling a home in Illinois, you will need to be aware of certain issues that may affect you, and you will want to take the right steps to protect yourself and make sure you can complete your transaction successfully.

Legal, Financial, and Other Issues Affecting Real Estate Transactions

One of the first things that home buyers and sellers need to be aware of right now is that they may need to take steps to protect the safety of themselves and others and avoid the risks of contracting or spreading infections. Social distancing concerns have led to restrictions on in-person visits to a home, and in many cases, buyers may be limited to virtual visits or video tours conducted by a real estate agent. Buyers may also be unable to be present for home inspections or appraisals, and they will need to rely on professionals to ensure that any defects are identified and addressed properly.

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Cook County residential real estate closing attorney

Buying a home is likely to be one of the most important and significant purchases you will make in your entire life. Whether you are a first-time homebuyer or are planning to sell your house and move to a new home, the process of making an offer, securing financing, and meeting the requirements to complete the sale can be very complicated. As you get closer to the date of your residential real estate closing, you will want to make sure to address the following issues:

  • Contingencies - Before you can close on your home, you will need to address any contingencies that were included in your purchase contract. These may include securing financing, performing an appraisal of the property, or completing a home inspection, and determining how to correct any issues that were discovered.

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