Monday, July 23, 2012

Choose Your Home Builder Wisely

"It may sound self-serving, Madison attorney James Graham acknowledged, but hiring a lawyer versed in real estate law can put a new home customer in a much better position.
“Most (new-home) transactions don’t involve an attorney, and to the extent a person is represented by anyone, they’re often using a real estate broker — who’s not trained in reviewing contracts, is not allowed to give legal advice, and is an interested party in the transaction,” said Graham, who works for Accession Law."

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