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Commercial Real Estate Closings

Acquiring the perfect piece of property for your business can be tougher than you might anticipate. You may encounter issues that could have you end up falling into a poor real estate deal that you and your business will regret down the line. The last thing you want is for your business to fail due to the mishandling of a real estate transaction.

To avoid any pitfalls that may occur, you should contact a reputable real estate attorney like the law team at Rhodes Law Firm to guide you through the various aspects of a commercial real estate transaction.

We can assist in any of the variety of methods used to complete commercial real estate transactions including:

  • Cash Transactions
  • Assumptions and Refinances
  • Owner Financing

Our abundance of knowledge and experience affords our clients the opportunity for their transaction to proceed with confidence and be as relaxing as possible.

Whether you’re purchasing your first brick and mortar location or seeking an expansion for your business, you can trust Rhodes Law Firm with closing your commercial real estate transaction.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, give us a call at (706) 724-0405 or contact us here.

Residential Real Estate Closings

Whether you are buying a home or selling it, closing is the most important step in the process of a real estate transaction. Closings can be very complex and require a lot of moving parts from both parties to be completed without any issues.

We pay close attention to the details of the language used in the closing documents, making sure you understand what you’re agreeing to every step of the way.

In addition to cash transactions, we can assist clients in various types of transactions that involve loans, such as:

  • Conventional
  • FHA
  • VA Loans

We can also assist clients who seek to assume VA loans, where a borrower takes over or “assumes” a Veteran’s current home loan. This transfers the loan’s balance, the interest rate, and the monthly mortgage payments to the assuming party.

Wholesale Closings:

For investors, we can facilitate wholesale closings using both double closing and contract assignment. The process of wholesale closing involves an investor working with a second investor and designating their rights and obligations to them under the contract. The end buyer (the second investor) then takes possession of the property.

At Rhodes Law Firm, our real estate attorneys are dedicated to helping you buy or sell your home, providing you with knowledgeable advice and guidance every step of the way. If you are preparing to buy or sell your residential property, contact us today.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, give us a call at (706) 724-0405 or contact us here.