Real Estate

Real Estate Law

Capable and Committed to the Homebuyer or Seller – Start to Finish

We offer a wide range of legal services in Real Estate. Wright & Associates is regularly retained by banks and other mortgage lenders to assist clients in purchasing or refinancing their home. While the process may seem daunting, He has the knowledge and experience to ensure that the transaction is smooth and hassle-free. We can help you with contacting a real estate broker, drafting purchase and sale agreements, terms of the agreement compliance and legal representation at the closing. Additionally, if you are the buyer, we can serve as the bank lawyer for the bank or mortgage company that provides the mortgage to you. If you are in the Merrimack Valley, North Shore or Greater Boston Area call us today.

Additional Services

  • single family homes sales and purchases
  • condominiums sales and purchases
  • zoning and land use issues
  • commercial property buying and selling

In addition to residential closings, we have significant experience with commercial closings. We can prepare all the closing documents including UCC’s, assignment of rents, security agreements, notes and mortgages.

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Why it is important to discuss your case thoroughly with your attorney

important to discuss your case thoroughly with your attorney

It is important to thoroughly discuss all aspects of your case (even those which you think are simple) with us before deciding which parts you want to do yourself and which ones the attorney will assist you with. It is equally important to realize that there may be important issues presented by your case that you aren’t even aware of. You could be at serious legal risk about an issue you don’t even realize exists. If you don’t discuss them with your attorney, how will you know?

Never make assumptions about the law which applies to your case. The law shows you’ve seen on TV are rarely accurate, and just because you’ve “seen it on TV,” doesn’t mean it is correct or even “legal.” The only way you know this is to talk it over with a qualified attorney.

Sometimes new issues will pop up after your case is started. If they do, it is important to advise your attorney and discuss them, so that you know the potential legal consequences to you. Remember that your attorney can only advise you on matters you tell him/her about, so it is essential that you provide complete information about your case. Remember, you and your attorney are working as a team. That means good communication and a clear understanding of each person’s assignments is essential.

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