Real Estate Purchases

The McMillan Law Firm understands that buying a house is one of the biggest investments an individual can make during the course of their lifetime. In the event that they purchase of your house did not go as expected, we are here to be able to provide our guidance and expertise so that we can solve your problem as efficiently as possible. The following are common issues that may arise in a purchase transaction:

  • Disclosures
  • Breach of Warranty
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty
Facts about Buying a House

When making an offer for a house it is important to be able to look at the price that was advertised as well as the real estate market in the area in order to determine the prices of other houses that are being sold.

House closings are the transfer of property from one individual to another. This usually happens on a specific date and time.

House inspections are important because they can provide information about any defects that might exist on the house.

Home warranties are able to provide services such as maintenance for a period of time by the individual who is selling the house.

Real estate agents provide you with the ability to find a house while a real estate broker is the one who oversees the transaction.

Fiduciary Duty is the responsibility that the broker has to maintain an honest and open relationship with their clients as well as the responsibility to disclose all and any information about the property they are responsible for.

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