Fort Lauderdale Real Estate Contract Attorney

Purchase agreements, closing documents, clearing title — all of these terms may be foreign to you if you have never purchased a home before. And even if you have, the length of contracts, the nuances of the terms which can run up to 60 or 70 pages, can be daunting.

When you are about to purchase what will undoubtedly be one of your biggest expenditures, you may be tempted to simply trust the lender, the title company and the realtor. But all those folks are human — just as you are — and none of them are attorneys.

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At the law firm of Nowack & Olson, we have had successful records representing south Floridians for more than 15 years. We have seen small mistakes of a few hundred dollars to mistakes in the tens of thousands.

If you do not know how to read the purchase agreement, the mortgage and other closing documents, you are trusting your very hard-earned money to people who, although they may not be unscrupulous, make mistakes. Knowing that you have an attorney trained in this very area can alleviate the fears and concerns associated with a home purchase, and instead allow you to simply revel in the excitement of a new home.

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At the law firm of Nowack & Olson, we don't want you singing the same old song. For more than 15 years, we have worked with the bankruptcy courts to assure you of the best possible outcome for your case — ensuring that you receive all exemptions to which you are entitled, ensuring that you have diligent and effective counsel during this stressful time.

At Nowack & Olson, conveniently located in Fort Lauderdale and serving the greater south Florida area, our lawyers offer a welcoming, non-judgmental environment for your bankruptcy, real estate and foreclosure defense needs. For a free initial consultation, please contact the law firm of Nowack & Olson, PLLC, and start humming a new tune.